Sacramento community group hosts financial literacy event

Cherokee Moore (left), Kelan Johnson (heart), and Brittany Claypool (ideal) share a moment even though talking through mixer party.

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Two Sacramento entrepreneurs are bringing jointly a wealth-constructing expertise that ideas to educate group users in monetary literacy.

Local business people Kelan Johnson and Cherokee Moore are bringing “The Level Up Xperience (XP)” to The Guild Theater, located at 2828 35th Street on Friday.

Alongside one another, the duo make up Aware Assets, in which they look to hook up with other business enterprise-minded people today looking to increase their network and establish interactions.

They program to deliver tutorials and info on how to leverage social media branding, Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), cryptocurrency, and a lot more.

“This celebration will provide important facts not only for enterprise (homeowners) and how to broaden their achieve to attain far more followers and consumers,” explained Johnson. “As well as knowledge potential tech and how NFTs are likely to participate in a essential role in how we do company and give management back again to folks, artists, and business people.”

The facts-dependent party starts Friday at 6 p.m, followed by a mixer held at Slim & Husky’s, 3413 Broadway in Oak Park, starting at 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are $25. VIP tickets are $39.99, involved with a VIP ticket invest in is a t-shirt, 3D printed Bitcoin Keychain, Bitcoin/Ledger raffle, a lanyard, and a “buy 1, get one” consume at the mixer at Slender & Huskys.

“It does not make any difference if you have made thousands and thousands of dollars in your job, or if you work a typical 9 to 5 occupation, you need to have to be at this occasion,” explained Moore. “You’re likely to study how to create your brand and increase it to the fullest potential.”

Minimal spots are obtainable.

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Level Up The XP is a neighborhood-centered platform that provides clarity and views from diverse fields of entrepreneurship. It was started by Johnson, a Sacramento native driven in the direction of navigating entrepreneurship and developing generational wealth via real estate.

His partnership with Moore, a best home finance loan guide in Northern California, was easy as they both glance to educate the communities they are from about economical literacy, hoping to crack generational poverty that has stricken neighborhoods.

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