BREASIA PRODUCTIONS,

A TOP 100 MBE

Capital Region MSDC awards Breasia Productions as one of the best in the region!
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Laurel, MD, September 16, 2019– The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC) announced that Jamal D. Lee, Executive Director,  Breasia Productions was named a 2019 Top 100 MBE® winner. The Top 100 MBE Awards® will be presented at the CRMSDC’s 38th Annual Leaders and  Legends Awards Ceremony, on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the MGM National Harbor, Maryland.

This prestigious award recognizes owners of minority business enterprises in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia who have demonstrated              exceptional entrepreneurial accomplishments, a high level of professionalism, and have made substantial contributions to their community. Jamal sits on the board of several community organizations such as:

 The Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative

 Small Business Majority Network Council

 City of Laurel Community Redevelopment Authority (CRA)

 Maryland Racial Equality Subcommittee and

 Maryland Health Insurance Protection Commission Task Force.

Established in 2007, the Top 100 MBE Awards® ceremony welcomes nearly 1,000 attendees in celebration of the creativity and innovation of regional MBEs who are role models and inspire the entire community. Sharon R. Pinder, CRMSDC’s president and CEO, says, “Our board of directors and our corporate members congratulate the 2019 Top 100 MBEs® on their stellar accomplishments. We are proud to add this year’s class of winners to our circle of leadership.”

Jamal is a family man with over 25 years experience in the event industry and absolutely loves bringing events to life! He is also well aware that this recognition would not have been possible without God and a great team. Jamal is humbled and honored to be recognized for his work and dedication as a business owner in the DMV.

About Breasia Productions

Breasia Productions is an event production company that has made its mark in the event industry for the past 13 years. It specializes in audiovisual, lighting, video, staging, and webcasting of corporate and special events as well as commercial audiovisual installations. Breasia Productions began operations in Maryland in 2006 and shortly expanded with offices in Virginia.

Breasia Productions has produced the Miss World Pageant at the MGM National Harbor, many events for the Smithsonian Institute, and full scale stage design and build out for the NAACP National Convention featuring Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, to name a few. Breasia Productions is also the exclusive in-house audiovisual provider for several buildings such as Valo Park and The Meridian Group (The Boro). Breasia Productions prides itself in going above and  beyond for each one of its Clients and strives for excellence every time.

About Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC)

CRMSDC is celebrating its 47th anniversary as a not-for-profit economic development organization supporting growth in Maryland, the District of Columbia,  and Northern Virginia through programs and services that help corporations enhance the diversity and innovation of their supply chains. CRMSDC connects        corporate and government members to well established, certified minority-owned business enterprises.

We accomplish this through a rigorous process of certifying that MBE suppliers are at least 51% owned, controlled and operated by ethnic minorities; providing education and advice to certified businesses; and finally, creating strategic opportunities for corporate members and certified MBEs to connect for the purpose of doing business.

CRMSDC, established in 1972, is one of 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, the only nationally recognized MBE      certifying authority. CRMSDC is headquartered in Silver Spring Maryland.

CRMSDC also operates two programs funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) grants:                            (1) The MBDA Business Center, Washington D.C., helps minority-owned firms create jobs, compete in the global economy and grow their businesses,              and (2) The Federal Procurement Center which is the nation’s only federally-funded program solely dedicated to assisting MBEs in obtaining Federal contracts.

Together these three organization form the CRMSDC MBE Business Consortium, the largest provider of MBE support services in the region.