Allonsy, Let's Go!


Tanisha Johnson, a small-business marketer and social-media strategist from Louisiana, and Jamal Sutter, a photographer and military veteran from South Carolina, started Allonsy to help lead the black community to economic freedom from relying on skills, products and services from others that can be exchanged within the community itself. The word "Allonsy" derives from the Louisiana Creole word or phrase "Allons-y" which means "Let's Go!" or "Follow Me". As we are focused on leading our community into a future of financial liberty, we felt the name to be compelling to our mission to unite, support and build. So, let's go!


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