"Intentionality of Where You're Spending Your Money"With no larger spotlight on issues important to the black community in history, Joshua Bean and Hillary Van Dyke have seen unprecedented growth and attention for their socialpreneurial venture, Green Book Tampa Bay. As a resource of African-American cultural sites, black artists, and black-owned businesses in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, Green Book Tampa Bay works to assure the economic vitality of the Black community. Their hope is that the Green Book of Tampa Bay serves as a mobile travel guide, becoming the first stop for any service that you need.In our conversation, Joshua and Hillary share with Brett the importance of their "passion project," their passion for achieving equity for all black people in Tampa Bay, and where they look to take this endeavor.Green Book Tampa BayBe Intentional:WebsiteFacebookInstagramSubscribe, Rate, ReviewIf you enjoyed what you heard in this episode, please take a moment to subscribe, rate, and review this podcast on your favorite player. Each episode is available on its own post, with the entire catalog here. It’s available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast catcher. We listen to this show and our favorites on Castbox. It’s hosted by Podbean. We appreciate your attention, and we can’t wait to have you back for the next episode. Hear Your Question, Answered, on HustleburgIf you have any questions you’d like to have answered on an upcoming Q&A episode, please take a moment to visit beyondyoursidehustle.com/podcastquestion and ask there. If you’re a St. Pete businessperson who’d like to sit down for an interview, please reach out to us here.