Barber Shop & Beauty Salon Program
Beauty salons and barbershops are where communities come together, and barbers and beauticians have an important role to play in raising awareness of the President's accomplishments and helping supporters get involved with the campaign.
Congregation Captains take the lead on educating members of their religious organization about how and why to get involved in the campaign. Captains recruit volunteers, organize house gatherings and activities, and help with voter registration drives.
Civic/Cultural Organization Captains
Civic/Cultural Organization Captains and nonprofit leaders help connect their organization's members with volunteer opportunities on the campaign. Captains support volunteers with voter registration and recruitment efforts, and help engage other key leaders in their personal networks.
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Black Business Captains
Business leaders are coming together to create a larger program of empowerment and engagement for the African-American community. Black Business Captains will take the leader on educating local business leaders about the importance of business owners getting involved in the President's re-election campaign.