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Odessa Hopkins Shares her story of Empowerment, Leadership and Success /Dr EMMA ETUK at 11:00 AM EST

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Our job is to get the word out on minority businesses through print, radio and Internet advertising, as well as by attending as many networking events as possible," says Odessa Hopkins, President and CEO of Another Approach. "It's time we work together to let others know the value of our products and services. Year-round, we attend networking trade shows, expos, breakfast and dinner functions where we distribute their promotional items and introduce people to their businesses. Many cannot afford to attend 50-100 functions a year, or to advertise year-round to send people to their website; but, that's exactly what Another Approach Network Marketing Group does." Individual marketing is simply too expense, and in many cases, does not necessarily work for many small businesses. Only 4% of businesses hire marketing firms. For thousands of dollars, they tell you what, and how to do things. For two-hundred dollars, we go out and get it done--leaving you thousands to grow your business." Dr. ETUK'S BIO: Award-winning author, speaker, and professional historian, Emma Samuel Etuk is the founder and director of Nigeria For Christ Ministries. A graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C., he obtained a Ph.D. in United States History, with minors in African History and International Relations. Formerly a civil servant, Etuk attended the Polytechnic, Calabar, in Nigeria, where he received a Higher National Diploma in Estate Management. He also received a B.A. degree in Business Administration from Malone College, Canton, Ohio, a M.A. in Church History from Ashland Theological Seminary, and did graduate work at the Institute of Church and State at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. At seminary, Etuk studied under Drs. David A. Rausch, Douglas Chrismar and Jerry R. Flora.

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