We recently caught up with OL Reign forward, Tziarra (Zee) King to learn about some of the Black-owned small businesses she loves and why she supports them. In addition to her talents on the field, Zee uses her platform as a professional athlete to advocate for racial justice, LGBTQ inclusion, and gender equity in sports and beyond. Tziarra King Recommends Black-owned businesses where she is proud to #SpendLikeItMatters.
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1. City Sweats
“I love City Sweats because they help me recover and rejuvenate. Their locations are adorable and the staff is always so friendly. This is one of my favorite places for self-care.”
Thanks to support from Intentionalist partners, enjoy a 20% discount on City Sweats services via our Black History Month Marketplace.
2. Valerie Madison Fine Jewelry
“It was special being able to support a local Black-Latina-owned jeweler when shopping for a ring that means so much to me. Not only is their jewelry beautifully crafted, but their staff and owner are lovely. I’m so glad to have this business as a part of my love story forever.”
3. Adorned Abode
“The most adorable store with the perfect gifts for all your needs. I love to go here to find birthday and holiday gifts. The owner is very kind and helpful!”
Bonus: Blk Sunflower*
“The smells of Blk Sunflower are heavenly. Between the candles and the body oil, I always have people asking me what smells so good!”
*Blk Sunflower doesn’t have a retail location, but Zee loves seeing Jazmin at marketplace events throughout the Puget Sound area.
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