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The African American Chamber of Commerce Of New Jersey Announces AACCNJ Television Show “Pathway To Success” Now Airing On pbs.org

TRENTON, NJ. – The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey’s (AACCNJ) newly aired Television show Pathway to Success will now air on PBS.org. Each month PBS reaches 109 million people through television broadcasts, and over 28 million viewers on line, inviting them to experience science, history, nature and public affairs; to hear diverse viewpoints, and to take front row seats to world class performances.

Pathway to Success premiered on April 4, 2020 on NJTV. The show airs the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., with a repeat broadcast, the first Tuesday after the Saturday broadcast at 11:30 p.m.

The programming serves to expand the visibility of the mission of the AACCNJ. Mission Statement - The AACCNJ is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities and businesses through entrepreneurship and capitalistic initiatives throughout the state of New Jersey and through its partnership with the National Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (NBCC) and the US Chamber of Commerce (USCC). The AACCNJ will use the platform to raise the profiles of its members, their businesses, and their stories. With the combined recent partnership of PBS, along with our existing partnership with NJTV, Pathway to Success now has the platform to reach 29.6 million on-line viewers.

“This exciting news underscores the fact that partnerships do matter. We are extremely proud of our partnership with NJTV, and with this additional platform provided by PBS, more viewers will be afforded the opportunity to see and hear the success stories of Black Business owners and professionals representing various industries and disciplines. Their stories of perseverance, focus, and defying the odds, is a testament to our resolve as a people executed in the tradition of the American Spirit. There is no greater time than the present to witness Black Excellence portrayed on The Pathway to Success, please tune in.” John E. Harmon Sr., IOM., Founder, President and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey.