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Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce

"To support and empower Black businesses within Collin County."

The Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce was founded by two African Americans, Mr. Keevin Dailey and Mr. Jamal Murray. They saw the need in providing a forum for minority business to connect resources and opportunities in the Collin County area.

Collin County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Texas. This bustling part of North Texas has become an attractive home to two professional sports teams and an ever-growing list of corporate headquarters. More importantly, however, we're home to an estimated 782,341 people who live and work from Plano to Frisco, McKinney to Murphy, and everywhere in between.

Since the county's conception in the 1840's, there has been no known Black Chamber of Commerce. CCBCC is proud to the FIRST Black Chamber in over 150 years!

Facts about Collin County

8.5% of the Population is African-American
8,559 Businesses in Collin County
4.6% African-American Owned Businesses in Collin County

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