April 5, 2020

WJRJ Industries is glad to work with Native Sun Community Power Development to help create their brand new website. Click here to see their new website created by WJRJ Industries graphic designers. If you want your website to be designed or redesign...

July 24, 2019

WJRJ Industries LLC graphic consultants enjoyed working with Black Civic Network on their new brochures.

July 19, 2019

WJRJ Industries LLC enjoyed working with Rondo Ave Inc to design the flyer for their Rondo Days. Want a flyer designed by WJRJ Industries' graphic designers click here

WJRJ Industries creative, marketing, and community resource consultants were glad to team up with Healing Brothers for the Sons of Bransford Award Ceremony.

WJRJ Industries creative, marketing, and community resource consultants were glad to team up with Healing Brothers for the 11th Annual Community Empowerment Through Black Men Healing Conference. Check out the photos taken by WJRJ Industries creative consultants below....

June 25, 2019

It was a successful event! WJRJ wants to say thank you very much for everyone that showed up for Healing From the Inside Out: Centering Our Voices to End Violence Against Black Women. Stay on the look out for our next event. 

June 25, 2019

WJRJ Industries enjoyed working with National Association Of Black Social Workers Minnesota Chapter to design the flyer for their First Friday Networking Social. Want a flyer designed by WJRJ Industries' graphic designers click here

June 25, 2019

WJRJ Industries LLC enjoyed working with Rondo Ave Inc to design the flyer for their 70s, 80s, 90s Party. Want a flyer designed by WJRJ Industries' graphic designers click here

June 12, 2019

WJRJ marketing consultants were glad to work with ElysiuMassage on enhancing their online presence. If you want to work with WJRJ marketing consultants to build out your online marketing and communication strategy click here.  

WJRJ community resource consultants were ask to join a panel at this month Sister Spokesman Monthly Event to Empower Black Women. Want WJRJ community resource consultants to speak at your next event click here

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