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THE CHEA K. WOOLFOLK SHOW w/ Stylist Mel J. Williams & Inventor Fernando Wright

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The Chea K. Woolfolk Show is a show about life, inspiration, business and personal growth. Woolfolk is a Louisville, KY native who began manufacturing unique health and beauty products that she felt were absent from the market, which eventually led to an offer and buyout from the multinational consumer goods company, Proctor & Gamble. She is the owner of Kymberli Shoe Designs LLC and a Marketing/Branding expert.

Listen as "GAME CHANGER" Chea K. Woolfolk and her "GAME CHANGING" guests talk about how they "CHANGED THE GAME."

Tonight's guests:

  • Mel J. Williams, C.E.O. of Mending the Tresses, author ,and owner of Someting Special Styling Salon, located in Dallas County, off Hwy 183 in Irving by the old Texas Stadium. 
  • Fernando Wright inventor of the Table Top Butler and  of TB Wright Group (also appeared in Who's Who African-American Profiles)

After a bad experience at a restaurant in 2007, Wright and his then-girlfriend were sat at a table that hadn’t been bussed. He thought to himself that there must be a way for restaurants to keep the tables cleaner between diners. A few nights later he woke up with the idea for the Table Butler, a multi-purpose organizing system that is currently available at Louisville-area Wal-Mart and online at www.tablebutler.com . 

Most of Wright’s attention now is focused on the TB Wright Group, the company he founded to distribute the Table Butler.  Ultimately, he would like his company to be a place where other people could bring their ideas for him to manufacture.  “I try to work with as many black businesses as I can. I want to help young black kids get experience in manufacturing.  I’d like to see more of kids being creative.

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