29 Apr 2010 @ 9:54 PM 

Plans are now underway for the publication of the twelfth edition of the Macon Middle Georgia Black Pages and Resource Guide. The Black Pages has proven to be one of the most effective means of reaching the region’s African American Community, with its multi-billion dollar market. As black consumers become more conscientious about the impact of the dollar spent, they are making a deliberate effort to spend those dollars with the businesses and individuals that demonstrate recognition and appreciation for local black consumerism. The demand for a publication of this type only enhances its impact and offers businesses a unique opportunity to gain and maintain exposure to this growing consumer market.

The revised edition is expected to be published August of this year. Radio ads are being aired and television spots are currently being created in order to get this publication before the eyes and ears of the greater local population. Reciprocal banner ads are also being placed on numerous community sites. This issue will focus on and identify African American physicians and health More »

 22 Mar 2010 @ 12:12 PM 


They met in 1986. He was a senior dental student at Meharry Medical College and she was an entering freshman of the School of Medicine. Their paths crossed when she encountered a plumbing “catastrophe” in her 10th floor apartment that flowed into his 9th floor shower. Of course, he took this opportunity to come to her rescue with a dashing smile and a plunger over his shoulder. After more than seventeen years, three children (four-year-old Clinton Jr. and three-year-old twins, Christian & Kimberly), one dog and a goldfish, the two are still smiling.

The Watsons were married in July 1990. They moved to Macon that same year and Dr. Clinton Watson opened his first dental practice. In 2005 he opened Northside Family Dentistry, where he currently practices with two associate dentists. Upon completing her residency in 1994, Dr. Aleshia Watson entered into private practice in Internal Medicine here in Macon. She is currently the Medical Director of Evercare Hospice, a subsidiary of United Health Group.

During their rare moments of leisure, this power couple enjoys tennis, golfing, fishing and various other sports activities with their More »

 05 Nov 2009 @ 10:38 PM 

During the week of June 20,2009, the Georgia Summit of African American Business Organizations and the Macon/Middle Georgia Black Pages held a summit addressing the need for minorities, particularly African Americans, being supportive of other African American Businesses. With Black Buying Power amassing the sum total of $58 Billion dollars in 2007, the organizers resolved that if African Americans were patrons of other African American Businesses, these businesses would increase their profits, thus keeping the money in their neighborhoods, communities, and cities.
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