|Black Man Becomes America’s Youngest CEO of a Publicly-Traded Company
released on 05/11/06 at 08:34:41
Mendota Heights, MN (emergingminds.org) — City Capital Corporation (OTC BB: CCCN.OB) today announced the appointment of Ephren W. Taylor II as the Company’s new CEO. In April, the Company acquired the ECC Vine Street Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC (“ECC Jazz”) in the historic Jazz District of Kansas City. Mr. Taylor served as CEO and Chairman of ECC Jazz, which as a wholly owned subsidiary of Ephren Capital Corporation (AmoroCorp.com)
He was recognized as Kansas Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002 by the Kansas Department of Commerce for his exceptional investment strategies, originally developed to assist churches with their investment and funding needs. He later expanded the concepts to include other non-profit endowments, especially those of entertainment and sports figures. In February AmoroCorp took over management of Snoop Dogg’s “Snoop Youth Football League” endowment, and on May 3 the company sponsored a Guest List Only (G.L.O.) event at the Kentucky Derby, honoring Chris “Ludacris” Bridges.