Accented Glory Featured in Local Gift Shop

Tonya Cross of Accented Glory Milton Rhodes Center of the Arts Winston-Salem, NC

Tonya Cross – Accessory Designer

Congrats to our visionary and Sister Brand Accented Glory! Their hair accessory and jewelry designs can now be purchased at Community Arts Gift Shop in Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The gift shop is operated by the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Click gift shop to read more about this amazing opportunity!

 

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Next Level Marketing Intensive

The Vine Events’ visionary and workshop facilitator Tonya Cross is hosting an in-person marketing intensive on Saturday, December 14th! The event will be held from 10am – 3pm EST at Vibes, 1024 S. Fulton Street, Unit 2, Salisbury, NC 28144.

Do you have a marketing strategy for your brand, business, or organization for 2020? If you answered NO, this event is for YOU! During the intensive you’ll have an opportunity to develop a digital marketing strategy that’ll expand your customer reach. Tonya will also share marketing advice and tips that got her women’s fashion accessory brand Accented Glory featured on Essence and MarthaStewart.com Shops as Etsy Finds! The cost for this event is $55. Invest in yourself and your vision by purchasing your ticket on Eventbrite by Saturday, December 7th! 

 

Next Level Marketing Intensive, The Vine Events, Salisbury NC

Next Level Marketing Intensive

 

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Virtual Vision Board Party

The Vine Events’ visionary Tonya Cross is partnering with TheOper8tor and LaDonna Bracy for a Virtual Vision Board Party on Saturday, November 9th at 10am CST! This is an online event for women entrepreneurs who are interested in mapping out their personal or brand vision for the coming weeks, months, or year. Visit the Facebook Event Page to sign up for this event!

Virtual Vision Board Party, Event For Women Entrepreneurs Virtual Vision Board Party

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Trust Black Women

“Trust Black Women” is intentionally captured in a black and white photography technique to fortify the audiences encounter; an unapologetic display of black womanhood, unimaginably transforming hearts, minds and energy. Without the distraction of color, beholding a raw conduit to the soul of black folks. – Ash Love of Love.LocalArt

I was a featured model for the Trust Black Women Photos Exhibition! This was an amazing experience created by renowned photographer Ash Love of Love.LocalArt. On day of the photo shoot, I assisted with checking in, interviewing, and coaching the models during their photo session. The interview question the models were asked is “Why should you trust black women?”. Their responses were phenomenal!

During the photo shoot, healing and restoration took place. We laughed, cried, and celebrated. By the end of the day, twenty models total were photographed. I was tired but refreshed at the same time; the love I felt and experienced throughout the day was good for my soul. Below are my photos that were featured in exhibition. Also click Trust Black Women Soundtrack to listen to some of the responses on SoundCloud.

To trust Black Women, you must embrace their innate ability to create, nurture, and transform. Embrace black women’s divine parallel to establish covenant relationships. In trusting black women, one must understand the power of covenant and her position as a conduit of knowledge. So, when you empower a black woman you empower a community. – Tonya Cross

Tonya – Visionary of The Vine Events

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Tonya Cross - Trust Black Women

Tonya Cross – Trust Black Women

Tonya Cross - Trust Black Women

Tonya Cross – Trust Black Women