Wednesday, October 5 2022

Nicole Boston celebrated joining the Chamber of Commerce family on Friday, August 12 with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony in the chamber’s boardroom. She was joined by her husband Barnard Boston, pastor of the West Side Church of God in Christ in Trinity, and her daughter Madison Boston, who is a student of Huntsville High School and Drum Major.

Boston started his business about three years ago and continues to grow. You won’t find her in a brick and mortar store because her business comes from the customer. The line of jewelry she sells at Paparazzi Accessories is primarily sold at house parties. Hostesses receive free gifts and extra bonuses for every friend who signs up to host a party.

“I really like this company,” said Boston, which has sold the line for three years. She can organize the event in a private residence or organize the party online via Zoom or with Facebook Messenger. The ideal number of guests is five to ten people, but there is no limit, and Boston is willing to travel outside the immediate area to serve customers.

“Paparazzi has been in business for ten years. As we speak, they are integrating a new point-of-sale system that will allow suppliers to expedite orders and better track inventory,” Boston said. She first heard about Paparazzi from a friend at her salon and has gradually grown her business over the past few years.

“We are happy to be members of the chamber,” Boston said. “We are grateful to be here to explore more opportunities.” She and her family have attended events for the Downtown Business Alliance, New Waverly Market Days and Rosenwald Earth Day Celebration and are looking for more selling opportunities in the community.

Boston is employed at SHSU as an administrative associate in the Department of Education. She is working on her Masters in Higher Education Administration and is expected to graduate next August. His daughter Madison will be graduating from Huntsville High next May.

Chamber CEO Ray Hernandez and his team welcomed Boston and his family with gifts that represented the support elements the chamber offers: membership and marketing, and mentoring through access knowledge of business owners and seasoned professionals.

To book a party or learn more about the company, visit or contact Nicole Boston at 936-730-4451. For more information about joining the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce, visit or call 936-295-8113.


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