Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, October 3 and recognized Betty Price, with CARBRA Construction and Design, the Business Spotlight Program Honoree for October 2017. Angelo McBride, Office of Business Opportunity Administrator and Mayor Steve Benjamin presenting Betty with the Business Spotlight award. Watch the presentation below Hear from Betty....
Our CEO, Betty Price appeared on the main stage for "The Real Business Women of Columbia" panel discussion at the 2016 Women's Empowerment Expo in Columbia, SC September 10, 2016. The panel featured Denise Bradlely, owner of B. Coiffure Blow Dry Bar; Deborah Breelov, owner of Ameriprise Advisors; Cynthia Hardy, owner of OnPoint Media, LLC; [...]
Tina Herbert, Director, Office of Business Opportunities (OBO) at City of Columbia Government interviews our CEO Betty Price discussing the City Bar Renovation Project. Click here to see to see the video.
We are so excited to have our CEO, Betty Price appearing on the live stage at the 2016 Women's Empowerment Conference in Columbia, SC Saturday, September 10,2016 at the Metropolitan Convention Center. The Big DM along with The City of Columbia presents Women’s Empowerment of South Carolina 2016! This is going to be [...]
In the News: City Bar and Fondue Restaurant Renovation Project (Minority Business Development Agency)
Our recent restaurant renovation project, City Bar and Fondue Restaurant, received a mention in online journal of the Minority Business Development Agency. Click here to read the full article.
Our recent restaurant renovation project, City Bar and Fondue Restaurant, received a mention in South Carolina-based online journal The Minority Eye. Click here to read the full article.
"CARBRA Construction and Design, Inc., a minority- and woman-owned general contracting company, recently completed the successful renovation of new Vista establishment, City Bar and Fondue. In addition to CARBRA, three other minority-owned businesses provided services for the project, bringing the minority participation rate to more than 50 percent." Click on link to read full article.