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Hello CCBCC Members

Our continuous prayer is that you and your family remain healthy and safe during this Covid-19 pandemic.  We know it’s a time that is filled with unsettling concerns and uncertainties in the welfare of our country, however, we ask that you all stay strong, have faith and be encouraged.  God is in control.  We will get through this together.

During this time we will be changing how we deliver content and stay in touch with everyone. Please stay tuned and check your email and social media for updated events and information on how to stay safe and protect your business in these times. 


The CCBCC Leadership 

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Upcoming Events

From Our President

It is such an honor to serve as the President of the Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce (CCBCC).  I am humbled and excited to continue the mission of the CCBCC as we “Inspire, Build, and Grow” together.

Continuing the history of excellence of former CCBCC Board Members and Executive Committee Members, we look forward to executing our existing programs, while adding new opportunities to advance our goal of building economic prosperity within Collin County.  There is extreme gratitude to the current Board Members and Executive Committee Members for their willingness to serve our community and all the time, energy, and dedication such a role requires. 

We are passionate and committed to the CCBCC goal to enhance the quality of life in Collin County by promoting, maintaining, and supporting African American businesses through leadership opportunities, community support, and business-building programs.  Our success is directly related to how well we can support our members in building profitable, sustainable businesses, and being active members of the Collin County Community.  We look forward to being involved with the Cities and School Districts in Collin County to build strong working relationships to support our members and the communities in which we all live.

Lastly, knowing how being a member of the CCBCC has been a benefit to me and my colleagues, we know first-hand how membership has its privileges.  We encourage you to join us, get involved, and meet other business leaders within Collin County.  We have no doubt that once you explore the benefits of membership; networking opportunities, collaboration with other professionals, the county, and business resources, you will agree that membership can have an exponential impact to the success of your business. 


Kimberly Y. Evans


Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

550 N CENTRAL EXPY PO Box 3426 McKINNEY TX 75070-9998 

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