Being a franchise owner-operator of a regional New York-style sub and deli restaurant.
Southwest Atlanta, Heritage Valley
A wealthy man!
Enjoy a large popcorn and a good movie in a theater.
Bernard Garrett Sr., an American businessman, real estate investor and banker. He is credited with being the first African-American man to own banks during the Jim Crow era. The movie, The Banker, released in 2019, is based on his life story.
The Alfred “Tup” Holmes Memorial Golf Course, whose namesake was a civil rights pioneer who helped end desegregation at public golf courses. The course’s clubhouse has a treasure trove of history and memorabilia on display chronicling the game of golf for African-Americans and the journey to desegregate Atlanta’s public parks.
Helping people from a commercial real estate perspective, real estate’s importance in building long-term wealth and its limitless income potential.
I am one of few real estate brokers whose firm is registered as a national and Georgia minority supplier development council-certified minority business enterprise.
Raising private equity.
Let people know what you do often. The conversation is always about real estate. As NAR’s Preamble to the Code of Ethics states, “Under all is the land.”
Ozark. Many of the scenes in the series were filmed in Atlanta.
Anything from Paschal’s or Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q!
The Center for Human and Civil Rights.
Being mistaken for celebrity chef Roger Mooking of Food Network’s “Man, Fire, Food” while on vacation in Florida. A group of tourists wanted to take picture with me. I tried to tell them I wasn’t him, but they didn’t believe me, so I went along with it! Imagine their surprise when they looked back at the photos.
I’m a Big Green Egg fanatic! I love cooking on ceramic smokers.
O’ahu, Hawaii. The food in Honolulu is amazing, and Waikiki Beach is everything you’d imagine it to be.
Find yourself a good mentor.
Rev. Dr. Kevin Murriel, senior pastor of Cascade United Methodist Church