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 Businesswoman promotes Downtown College Park via photography



Dominique Huff


May 2014

COLLEGE PARK-Many times people have ideas on how to promote their community, their business or project. Often times, these ideas never go anywhere and the ones that do, create an excellent synergy.

Roshawn Buxton, the owner of Ms. Ro’s Dance Closet and vice chair of the College Park Main Street Association (CPMSA) wanted to have the businesses work together.

“We wanted to give people a chance to have some stock photography of our community. I see lovely photos all over the place yet we have nothing of our community,” she said. “Let’s get these photos up in our local places showing our local communities.”

Students participated came from Tri-Cities High School or the Main Street Academy and the Club E Café donated food for participants. Nekesa’s Hair Salon, Shoc Photo and Jonesie D Photo also sponsored their services for the effort. The Historic provided the scenery.

“Initially, this idea was to take pictures of my business and it evolved into a community affair. I also wanted to get the businesses of Main Street together for a project,” she said. “This is the end result.”

The photos once completed will be for sale and Buxton would like to see businesses in College Park and the Tri-Cities area to consider using these photos rather than buying photos that do not display the community in their shops. She also wanted local organizations that promote and work with the city to use them as well for economic development purposes.

“We took the youth all over downtown,” she said. “We wanted to do something different

The beginning of our mentoring program Permission To F.L.Y


A Look at the behind the scenes,  getting our students ready for their photo Shoot  

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