The Revelation Corporation is formed by five Black churches to try to increase the buying power of Black consumers.
1996 (Jan 15)
The Revelation Corporation was formed by the leaders of five major Black churches with the goal of increasing the buying power of Black consumers. E. Edward Jones of the National Baptist Convention of America Inc. was selected to head the organization, and John Lowery was named vice-president. The five churches involved in the program were the National Baptist Convention of America, the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the National Baptist Convention USA Inc., and the Progressive National Baptist Convention Inc.