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Local Black Owned Businesses in Liberty County

August is National Black Business Month; this is a time to celebrate and acknowledge black-owned businesses across the nation. Liberty County’s business community is consistently adding new opportunities for shopping, dining and more, and a large percentage of these businesses are black-owned. This month we are celebrating a few of our local businesses! Check them out below and show your support.

Puzzling Patterns

Puzzling Patterns

Our first black owned business owner is Charity Floyd is the owner of Puzzling Patterns, the focus of her business is to provide exceptional, individualized & evidence-based services. Their goals are derived from the principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis therapy. This organization strives to positively impact the lives of those affected by autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities.

Check out their website or visit them at 740 East General Stewart Way, suite 202, Hinesville to learn more.


Evans Cooper Designs, LLC

Evans Cooper III, noticed that women had far more access to luxury clothing than men did.  So, as a result, he launched Evans Cooper Designs with the purpose of providing men with the same level of care, attention, detail, quality & uniqueness. He accomplished this goal by offering luxury men’s shirts that make each and every one of his wearers stand apart.

Check out his website and see his clothing line as well as the fashion-sketching classes he provides.


Boys & Girls Club Ribbon Cutting

Boys & Girls Club Liberty County Unit

Boys and Girls Club of Liberty County

The Boys and Girls Club of America is dedicated to giving youth a safe place to learn, develop valuable social & critical thinking skills. Edna Walthour, the Executive Director, of the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Liberty County Unit had a vison of opening up one of these clubs right here in the Liberty County community.

Visit them online or in person at 100 Deen St, Hinesville to see everything they have to offer.

In & Out Movers

Founders Aaron and Phadra James wanted to start their own moving company, so they became the first two-person team. They understood that moving is not fun or easy. They just wanted to help their community by taking the weight of their moves. When you call In & Out Movers, you can relax knowing you can have your home packed up and moved without you lifting a finger! They’ve made it a mission to take care of their clients property as if it were their own.

If you or someone you know is looking for a local moving company, you can  book with them online.

LJG Events, LLC

LJG Events

Takesha Hamilton is the owner of the family operated business LJG Events. She launched her business to honor the matriarch of their family, Laura Jean Garrett, who passed away in September 2016. LJG Events elevates your events & celebrations through various elements such as yard signs, balloon décor, luxury picnics & more!

Check out their website for a full length of services and to see examples of their work.



Wayne Wilson, owner of UBOUNCE, strove to assist those who are planning an event, company picnic or even a family celebration through the resources that UBOUNCE provides. They provide high quality inflatable attractions are manufactured from lead-free vinyl. One of their most popular rentals is their trackless train.

Be sure to check them out online for more information & booking.

Remember to support the many Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs right here in Liberty County. Interested in checking out more unique businesses around Liberty County? Our community has plenty to choose from. Check out our #ExploreLiberty and find them!

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In Liberty County, we like to say we have The Right Blend for everyone. Whether you’re visiting us for a weekend, looking to plant some roots, or working on your business dream, Liberty welcomes you with open arms and endless possibilities.

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