Magazine opens cultural center

Pevita Lena

Creators of a local business magazine have expanded their impact in the community.

Minority Business Listings hosted the grand opening of its cultural center located at 15 SE Seventh St. on Friday.

“God has made all of this possible,” said Wayne Fields, CEO and founder of Minority Business Listings.

Fields welcomed the audience to a ribbon cutting ceremony while sharing his testimony and journey.

Fields described suffering a heart attack in 2018. He said was pronounced dead for 15 minutes and by God’s grace he regained consciousness and recovered.

“I am thankful to be here,” Fields said.

Fields said he was intentional in having the MBL Cultural Center in East Gainesville so the building can be accessible to minority business owners.

“We moved with a purpose and had a vision of where we wanted to be located,” Fields said.

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