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Wealth education expert Jay Morrison and Green
Lit ATL founder Ernestine Morrison excitedly celebrate the 5-Day Grand Opening of The Legacy Center, a community strengthening co-work space founded by the ambitiously conscious power couple. “The Legacy Center exists to bridge the generational wealth gap by providing mentorship programs and premium educational services,” shared Jay, CEO of The Tulsa Real Estate Fund. “Our goal is to not only house your business, but also provide empowerment and cultivate your legacy,” he continued. “We are committed to helping our community define, build, and grow. Our Legacy Starts here at The Legacy Center.”
The Legacy Center’s impressive Grand Opening Week provided thousands of attendees with a myriad of expansive opportunities including agenda altering masterclasses in Life Insurance, Tax preparation and investment, Net Worth ascension, and Morrison’s signature Corner Class in which proven wealth building strategies are taught. 9-time Grammy Winner Bryan Michael Cox set the sonic ambience for the program’s All Black Kickback with an awesome array of music. The massive 30,000 square foot Legacy Center facility also offered a Vision Board Party hosted by the founders, with the week’s festivities concluding on a Brunch & Ball soiree note.
Nicknamed The Black House, The Legacy Center exercises an economic agenda as an analytical resource housing a modern co-work space equipped with cutting edge technology, including a dedicated mobile app enabling members digital facility access. In principal, The Black House is based on a blend of altruism, activism, and philanthropy, bringing beneficial wealth and financial services, education classes, curated events, and conferencing – all headquartered in an otherwise underserved community. Drawing both insight and inspiration from the Tulsa Oklahoma Black Wallstreet ideal of group economics, The Legacy Center similarly exists as a direct result of a large African-American community galvanizing to pool resources. Good things may come to those who wait – but great things come from those who cultivate, move, and shake. Salute to Mr. and Mrs. Morrison for their efforts and execution.