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LGBTQ Entrepreneurs Juan and Gee Nominated for RICE Award

Atlanta black entrepreneurs Juan and Gee have been nominated for a RICE Award. The couple has created a successful annual event called The Gentleman’s Foundation that gives awards to minority activists, leaders, and celebrities in and around the LGBTQ community. The Gentlemen’s Foundation has been nominated for FOUNDATION OF THE YEAR at The 8th Annual RICE Awards (Rising In Community Excellence), a celebration of individuals and organizations who demonstrate keen awareness about community needs and step into the fray, lending a hand and making things better.  Click  to vote.

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