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The Legacy Center, A 31,000 sqft State-of-the-Art Economic Empowerment Hub Officially Opens in East

This past week, Deana Holiday Ingraham, Mayor of Atlanta suburb East Point presented Jay and Ernestine Morrison with a Proclamation from the city and declared January 8, 2020, as “Legacy Center Day” in honor of the grand opening of The Legacy Center.

Festivities for phase one of The Legacy Center also known as “The Black House” kicked-off the grand opening celebration, which included the raising of the Tulsa Real Estate Fund flag, ribbon-cutting ceremony, and investors only reception.

Opening remarks were given by the Morrison’s friend and supporter, Activist Tamika Mallory. Commemorating the 6th Anniversary of the Jay Morrison Academy were 3 graduates who shared their experiences of working and growing under Jay Morrison’s tutelage. East Point City Councilmen were on hand for remarks and a representative from the South Fulton Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Jamal H. Bryant, Pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church blessed all that were in attendance and the historic grounds with a soul-stirring prayer. The Legacy Center is owned free and clear with its 9,600+ partners.

“The Legacy Center exists to bridge the generational wealth gap and will provide mentorship programs, and premium educational services. Our goal is to not only house your business but to provide empowerment and cultivate your legacy. We are committed to helping our community define, build and grow. Our Legacy Starts here at The Legacy Center,” said co-founder Jay Morrison.

The Legacy Center is the first acquisition of the historic African American founded and managed real estate crowdfunding source, the Tulsa Real Estate Fund. This magnificent economic empowerment hub houses a contemporary co-working space equipped with cutting edge technology, including app digital access control entry for members. In addition to the co-working membership model, The Legacy Center brings exciting wealth and financial services, education classes, curated events and meetups to an underserved community. Leaning heavily on the Tulsa Oklahoma Black Wallstreet philosophy of group economics, The Legacy Center exists as a result of the largest economic galvanization of members of the African American community in modern history.

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