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(THE WIRE PRESS) Memphis, TN - Pink Energy, one of the nation’s fastest-growing energy efficiency and solar energy installation companies, is expanding its company footprint to Memphis, Tennessee and opening a new sales and service office. The company, which offers solar to residential and commercial customers in the Volunteer State and 15 others, will be hiring sales representatives and administrative staff for the office at 5865 Ridgeway Center Parkway, Suite 300, Memphis, TN 38120. The expansion is due in part to the increasing demand seen from residential customers for solar energy. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, residential solar had its largest quarter in history in the first quarter of 2022 with 1.2 gigawatts of solar installed, a 30% increase over Q1 2021 and a 5% increase over Q4 2021.

(THE WIRE PRESS) Memphis, TN - CORE Magazine today announced a new partnership with the National Bar Association Annual Power 50 Awards. The announcement was made jointly by Marquis “Bo” Porter, founding president and chief executive officer of CORE Multimedia Group and Judge Carlos E. Moore, the 79th president of the National Bar Association. CORE Multimedia Group is pleased to announce their new partnership with the National Bar Association (NBA) launching as they host their first NBA Power 50 Awards Luncheon during the 97th Annual Convention week.

(THE WIRE PRESS) Nashville, TN - On July 28-31, Inheritance of Hope (IoH) and the Tennessee Credit Union League (TCUL) will welcome young families facing the loss of a parent to Nashville, Tenn., for a Legacy Retreat® – a destination experience where families create lifelong memories and receive tools to navigate the challenges of terminal illness. The Tennessee Credit Union League was first introduced to Inheritance of Hope through Kim Bohannon, TCUL’s Chief Innovation Officer. Kim and her family attended the Orlando Legacy Retreat® in May 2015 while her late husband faced Multiple System Atrophy (MSA). Impacted by their experience, Kim is dedicated to giving back to families like her own, which has led to a partnership between TCUL and IoH.

(THE WIRE PRESS) New York, NY - AfroBrainiac is pleased to announce the launch of its Media Ed-Tech company, which aims to transform traditional S.T.E.A.M. education by using digital technologies to inspire, educate, and accelerate the next generation of diverse S.T.E.A.M. leaders. AfroBrainiac is built on the foundation that immersive digital play provides new possibilities for children to reimagine learning and playing beyond schooling. As we navigate through the 4th industrial revolution of robotics and automation, AfroBrainiac is committed to investing in our youth and rebuilding the future of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math (S.T.E.A.M.). AfroBrainiac is currently raising capital to continue prototyping its flagship product The AfroBrainiac™ Magazine — a digital magazine featuring gamified, educational storylines that inspire children to engage with S.T.E.A.M. subject matters in a fun and exciting new format. AfroBrainiac is currently seeking strategic funding opportunities and invites the community to join them on their mission to transform education for the better. To contact or learn more about AfroBrainiac, visit

(THE WIRE PRESS) Memphis, TN - The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) has elected Southwest Tennessee Community College President Tracy D. Hall to its board of directors to represent the National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA). Dr. Hall will serve a three-year term, effective July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2025.

(THE WIRE PRESS) Nashville, TN - According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in Tennessee, drug overdose deaths involving opioids totaled 1,307 in 2018 (a rate of 19.9). Deaths involving synthetic opioids other than methadone (mainly fentanyl and fentanyl analogs) increased from 590 (a rate of 9.3) in 2017 to 827 (a rate of 12.8) in 2018. Drug-Free Tennessee has long warned youth and adults alike on the dangers of drug abuse. During the summer, DFT is reminding parents to help their kids with drug-free activities so they stay safe and healthy. To this end, the group is hosting a talk with police officers at the end of June on what is happening in Nashville and to help the community understand what to do about it.

Memphis Hip Hop Artist and Activist Paul Mahsahn Set For Eminem's Shade 45 To Debut His New Record; Dedicating 3rd Quarter Royalties To Support Corona Virus Relief (THE WIRE PRESS) Memphis, TN - Honored hip hop music artist, rapper and community activist Paul Mahsahn is set to appear on Shade 45. The Memphis rapper, known first for the success of his feminist record "Ms.Jetblack," is now set to release his new single entitled "Where Were You God." The new track was recorded at JP Productions studios, mixed/mastered by Trackstatus productions and features the smooth and solid vocals of Preacha Tim on the hook.