Founder Of Carol’s Daughter Lisa Price Talk About “Lisa Price Day” In Atlanta

August 31, 2012 12:00 AM
Founder Of Carol’s Daughter Lisa Price Talk About “Lisa Price Day” In Atlanta
" On Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques-White our special guest was the dynamic , naturally beautiful entrepreneur,  Mrs. Carol’s Daughter herself  Lisa Price, a woman whose passion for fragrance led her into the kitchen to create “good for you” products, for her friends and family.  Price stopped by the studio to talked her story and her success.

In addition to her success on Monday, August 27 at 1 p.m. in the City Hall Atrium, Mayor Kasim Reed will award Carol’s Daughter Founder Lisa Price the City of Atlanta’s highest and most prestigious honor, The Phoenix Award; and Council woman Keisha Bottoms will present Price a Proclamation declaring the day “Lisa Price Day” in Atlanta. The City of Atlanta is honoring Price for her significant contributions to minority business ownership and to the city’s economy via her Carol’s Daughter store in Lenox Square Mall

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