Maryland Capital Enterprises and the Women’s Business Center are pleased to announce the
opening of two new women owned businesses on Delmarva.
My Naava Soul, owned and operated by Dee Copeland, is an online women’s boutique that offers
the latest fashion apparel, accessories, and handbags at reasonable prices. MNS’s mission is to
inspire women to accept themselves no matter the season of life they may find themselves in. MNS
encourages women to use fashion as a fun, versatile, and functional artistic form of self-expression
versus self-definition. MNS can be found at www.mynaavasoul.com, on Facebook and Instagram.
Tony’s Catering and Breakfast and Lunch Food Truck serves Salisbury and surrounding areas. They
post their daily location and menu on their Facebook page. Owner LaTonya Wilson and business
partner Sheri Thompson launched the Food Truck earlier this year in memory and honor of
Wilson’s parents. “Tony’s’ is named for her father Anthony. Fan food favorites include their wide
variety of wings and their breakfast sandwiches. Breakfast is served all day.
MCE and the WBC congratulate these “ladypreneurs” and invite the community to take advantage
of their unique products and “buy local”. For more information on these businesses and other
services programs available to those looking to start or grow their business, contact Administrative
Manager Lisa Twilley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-546-1900. Text MCEWBC to 22828
to receive their email updates.