Swill Services, Inc
2ND VICE PRESIDENT
Agency Field Leader
Special Accounts Manager
Greater SWLA Black Chamber of Commerce is structured to economically empower and sustain African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the community.
Greater SWLA Black Chamber of Commerce envisions a community of friendly interdependent relationships with diverse cultural, economic and educational opportunities to create an unparalleled quality of life.
Greater Southwest Louisiana Black Chamber of Commerce (GSLBCC) serves the following parishes: Acadia, Allen, Assumption, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Evangeline, Iberia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Lafourche, St. James, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, Terrebonne and Vermillion.
Greater Southwest Louisiana Black Chamber of Commerce (GSLBCC) is a nonprofit 501c3 organization based in Lafayette, Louisiana organized to advance and protect the general welfare and prosperity of African American owned businesses throughout Southwest Louisiana.
DIVERSITY. OPPORTUNITY. COMMUNITY.
MEMBERSHIP AND EVENTS
Whether you are a new/tenured business owner, parish patron and inspired youth or millennial, you will be a great fit for our chapter. Becoming a member is an annual subscription providing you diversity, opportunity and community relations in our region.
Should you have further questions or want to schedule a visit with a team member, email us HERE.
With close to 14 years of business, Samuel is the owner of Maid To Clean Vacuum Repair Sale & Service here in Lafayette, LA. Samuel has demonstrated history of working in the business supplies and equipment industry and skilled in Intelligence Analysis, Government, Intelligence, Counterinsurgency, and Tactics.
His philanthropy throughout Southwest Louisiana includes serving as State KPC Jr. Knight Counselor of KPC Jr. Knights #11. Samuel (Sammy) has been an active member of GSLBCC for numerous years and we value his commitment and dedication towards our chapter
Greater SWLA Black Chamber leads the momentum for business networking opportunities. We encourage members, partners and patrons to participate in our informational meetings, networking events, community projects and special activities. Looking to partner with us, feel free to email us HERE.
Saturday, September 28, we gathered to celebrate the rebirth of this formerly adjudicated and blighted property in the middle of our community. This building is catalyst of change in our community and serves as an example of the possibilities that could be created with the many adjudicated properties throughout McComb-Veazey and Lafayette Parish.
The following partners were involved:
Greater Southwest Louisiana Black Chamber of Commerce, Lafayette Habitat for Humanity, Lafayette Consolidated Government Development & Planning, UL Lafayette School of Architecture and Design, Project Front Yard, Lowes Foundation and Keep America Beautiful