Made in Cbus: From Next Top Model to entrepreneur

You may remember her strutting down the runway on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 10 and 17 (All-Stars) but now, Dominique Reighard is taking center stage in a whole new role: entrepreneur.

Reighard is the co-owner of E.E. Ward Moving & Storage, the nation’s oldest black-owned business. Within the company, she recently launched a new apparel line called 1881 Apparel which pays homage to the entrepreneurial spirit and legacy of enduring slavery—two values held in high regard by E.E. Ward.


1881 Apparel is more than just a clothing line, it is an example of perserverance, discipline, patience, and is an inspiration for other entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams.

“I want to inspire others to expand their vision of life, business, and realize the endless possibilities of creating diverse income streams,” Reighard said in a statement. “1881 Apparel is a movement that inspires others to dream big and to take action!”



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