E.E. Ward was featured in The New York Times this week in an article showcasing Black Owned Business throughout the U.S. 100 businesses are highlighted in a range of categories such as fashion, food, beauty, health, fitness, the arts, legal services, financial services, tech, real estate, and more. As the oldest Black Owned business in the country, we understand the importance of diversity in all areas of business. This article is a wonderful resource for those who wish to support minority owned businesses, and it is an honor to be featured.
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About E.E. Ward
E.E. Ward was founded in 1881 and is the oldest Black owned business in the United States. What started as a stop on the Underground Railroad has flourished into one of the most respected and trusted moving companies in the country.
E.E. Ward is owned by husband and wife Brian and Dominique Brooks, who have a strong commitment to strengthening the legacy of E.E. Ward while fostering growth and innovation in the company. E.E. Ward Moving & Storage is recognized for outstanding customer service and overall quality experience.