What we're about

Caramel Club is an elite introduction and networking service for distinguished people of color. The target market for this upscale service is professional people from various industries. This organization was founded because we believe that this population has been a neglected one in regards to networking services and events. The mission at Caramel Club is to provide a vehicle for upwardly mobile people to network for both business and pleasure. Through quality venues and a specialized website, Caramel Club is dedicated to building long term relationships with its customers. Our goal is to inspire steady expansion and the retention of customers by consistently supplying this niche market with ever changing networking services. Caramel Club will host exclusive events and offer optimum opportunities for our members. Caramel Club will allow members to connect, reconnect and interact more effectively with like-minded individuals who share social circles, interests, and schedules. Caramel Club has deliberately high standards and operates a policy of approving only genuinely suitable bios, and will strive to provide a balance of high-end professionals peppered with leaders and upcoming leaders from artistic, political and social arenas. We have imposed certain criteria in order to keep the network exclusive. To join Caramel Club, you will need to be invited by a trusted member. If you have not received an invitation, you can ask your friends to recommend you. If your friends are not members, you can submit your bio for our in depth vetting process.

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One Hundred Black Men | "Tied to the Cause" Charity Event

Taj II Lounge and Event Space

Hello— On behalf of the New York City chapter of One Hundred Black Men, we are pleased to invite you to the first-annual “Tied to the Cause” charity fundraiser—Thursday, March 28th from 7 pm to 9 pm at Taj Lounge, 48 W 21st St, New York, NY. Benefits of the evening’s event will go towards “That Suits You” an organization that aims to support men on their journeys down a new career path. We ask that all attendees bring new, or gently worn ties to donate to this dynamic charity—as all donations will be accepted on site. We will accept monetary donations for those who do not have ties to donate. There will be two-for-one drink specials and live music throughout the night, so please invite your networks and have an amazing evening while giving back to those in need. Please see attached / below the invite and the link to register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tied-to-the-cause-one-hundred-black-men-charity-fundraiser-tickets-56718733258 Tyrone Terrence McKinney 3rd Vice President, One Hundred Black Men Inc., of NY

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