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Virtual – Hostess City Toastmasters
September 1 @ 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm EDT
6:15 PM – 7:30 PM
Please join us on Tuesday, September 1st from 6:15pm to 7:30pm to hear the story of Savannah’s very own Amari Adams of Adams Funeral Services, Inc. It will surely be an exciting night that you don’t want to miss!
Amari A. Adams is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Georgia and South Carolina. As the fourth-generation funeral director of the Adams Family, Amari strives to continue the success of his family’s success and expound upon the relationships and professional reputation that has become the legacy of his ancestors.
Amari is a graduate of Sol C. Johnson High School class of 2007 and a graduate of Ogeechee Technical College with an associate degree in Mortuary Science. Prior to joining the family business of Adams Funeral Services, Inc., Amari pioneered the industry of music as being the youngest professional DJ in the state of Georgia. At the tender age of 14, Amari made an appearance of BET’s Rap City “In The Basement” with host Big Tigger and became a part of the Disturbing Tha Peace music label owned by world-renowned artist Ludacris. Amari A. Adams is also known as DJ Triple-A “The Youngest DJ in GA.”
Since joining the family funeral business Amari has engaged in new relationships through networking and marketing to successfully grow the business by serving new client families and helping to productively rebrand and keep the business up to date with technology and new products to better serve families.
Amari is the father of two boys; Hamilton and Lincoln. He is the husband to Michelle Adams of 4 years and the proud son of E. Bruce Adams.
One of Amari’s mottos is to always “stay focused” and he always remembers what his father taught him as a little boy; “I can be anything I want to be, I can do anything I want to do. If it’s to be, It’s up to me.”