UPDATED: Here are black-owned businesses you can support in Georgetown

Here are black-owned businesses you can support in Georgetown. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Here are black-owned businesses you can support in Georgetown. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Here are black-owned businesses you can support in Georgetown. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Updated 10:35 a.m. June 22

Would you like to support black-owned businesses in your community but do not know how? Here are some local businesses in Georgetown.

This is a noncomprehensive list. If you would like to be added to this list, email us at geonews@communityimpact.com.

Clothing

Boxed N Fashion


1217 Leander Road, Ste. 102

https://boxednfashion.shopsettings.com/

Wigglez-N-Gigglez

(online shopping)

512-522-9504

www.wigglezngigglez.com

Zya's Closet

(online shopping)

https://www.shopzyascloset.com

Dining

BB’s Home Cooking

1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2105

512-688-5234

https://bbshomecooking.com

Hello, Sweetie BBQ

2200 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 101

512-869-3304

https://hellosweetiebbq.com

Fitness

Eight Count Boxing and Fitness

1960 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 110

866-770-4451

www.eightcountboxing.com

Services

Christian Brothers Automotive

3723 Williams Drive, Bldg. 1

512-863-3400

www.cbac.com/georgetown/?utm_source=GMB&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=georgetown

G-Spot Salon and Spa

1512 Leander Road, Ste. B

512-850-9508

www.g-spotsalonandspa.com

GTX Pressure Washing

302 West St.

512-587-1089

www.georgetownpressurewashingpros.com

Journey Gymnastics

2524 Shell Road

512-864-1334

https://journeygymtx.com

Papa Frank's Barber Shop

209 S. Austin Ave.

512-815-1606

www.facebook.com/papafranksbarbershop

Red Poppy Pets

512-998-3054

www.facebook.com/redpoppypetsgtx

Shades of Color Salon

708 S. Austin Ave.

512-819-6266

www.facebook.com/shades-of-color-salon-145814476143383
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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