BHM Feature: Be A Good Person

In honor of Black History Month, the Colorado Chamber is recognizing Black business owners, entrepreneurs, executives, and job creators who have grown their businesses from the ground up and are core to our local Colorado communities.

Today’s feature is Drick Bernstine with Be A Good Person

Drick Bernstine, CEO of Be A Good Person (BAGP), is not only revolutionizing the concept of goodness but is also dedicated to making a positive impact on a global scale. Bringing a wealth of experience to his role as CEO, Bernstine’s self-driven and highly motivated approach has propelled BAGP to new heights. Through his leadership, Bernstine encourages his employees to make a positive impact not just within the company but also in the world at large.

Established with a vision for goodness and sustainability, BAGP is more than just a clothing brand, it is a community working towards a brighter future. At the core of BAGP’s values is the mission to strive to leave a positive impact on the environment, community and the planet. Bernstine’s belief in the power of goodness and positive influence echoes in the brand’s commitment to ethical behavior and sustainability.

“The correlation between being a good person and sustainability is that ethical behavior and sustainability are both driven by the same core values,” said Bernstine. “People who strive to do good in their daily lives and make ethical decisions are also more likely to commit to sustainability. Sustainable practices, such as reducing waste and conserving natural resources, can make people feel good and help them be more responsible citizens.”

BAGP is committed to making goodness accessible and affordable for everyone. Offering a wide selection of products at competitive prices, both online and in-store, BAGP aims to make a positive impact on consumers’ lives and contribute to a brighter future for all.

In a world where making a difference is crucial, Drick Bernstine and the BAGP brand is inspiring change. BAGP is not just a brand, it is a movement for positive transformation, fostering a community dedicated to uplifting others and creating lasting impacts on a global scale.

Learn more about Be A Good Person by visiting their website here.

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 The Colorado Chamber is committed to promoting an inclusive state economy and diverse workforce, fostering economic opportunity for all. We appreciate our partnership with minority-owned businesses across Colorado and will continue to work with these job creators on state and federal policies that impact minority employers and their employees.


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Colorado Office of Economic Development and Trade: Minority Owned Business Directory

Minority Business Office of Colorado: Programs and Funding

Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce

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