Became the first national program of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. It was first introduced at the Tenth Anniversary Conclave, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (December 1924). When Bigger and Better Business was adopted as a national program, special emphasis was placed on encouraging and promoting African American businesses. At its inception, the program sought to encourage Negro businesses to improve their business acumen, efficiency and service to the public, to be competitive with other businesses.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Delta Omicron Sigma Chapter in collaboration with Red Door Financials, LLC seeks to promote Financial Literacy, Home-ownership, and Inter-generational Wealth.The Sigma Economic Empowerment Development Project (Project SEED) is a Bigger & Better Business program developed to focus on two important topics of interest: Financial Literacy and Economic Empowerment.


This focus provides useful information in both areas and benefits Phi Beta Sigma members, families, and communities. Helping more low and moderate-income Americans become homeowners is a national priority.  Phi Beta Sigma seeks to play a more important role in sharing positive information about the advantages of home-ownership to our members and the communities we serve.


Red Door Financials promotes financial literacy and advocates for greater financial awareness through various digital and social media platforms.  "LIKE, FOLLOW, ON"

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Delta Omicron Sigma Chapter

P.O. Box 16231

St. Petersburg, FL 33733

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