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Nov
2018

Ford Visits North Carolina Central’s Homecoming For F-150 Tour with “Drive 4 Ur Community” Initiative to Support HBCU’s + A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Lil Mo Perform [Photos]

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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

Ford Visits North Carolina Central For F-150 Tour with “Drive 4 Ur Community” Initiative to Support HBCU’s + A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Lil Mo Perform [Photos]

Ford Motor Company continues to give back with their latest initiative, aimed at contributing to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Over the weekend, Ford visited North Carolina Central’s homecoming “Drive 4 Ur Community” Initiative.

In September, the program kicked off their F-150 Truck Tour at this year’s “Southern Heritage Classic” and runs until Nov. 3. Ford and has stopped at school Homecomings and two local festivals with the “Drive 4 Ur Community” initiative backing the Tom Joyner Foundation and its mission to support Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their students.

Thus far, the Ford F-150 Truck Tour visited the Southern Heritage Classic between Tennessee State University and Jackson State University on Sept. 8, the the Art of Cool Festival, State Fair Showdown, Prairie View A&M Homecoming, North Carolina Central homecoming events and is heading next to Southwestern Christian College Homecoming.

At each stop, sports fans and festival goers give back to Historically Black Colleges and Universities by test-driving an F-150.

The tour gives attendees the opportunity to support their favorite schools by test-driving the latest lineup of F-150 pickups, including XLT and Lariat. Through a collaboration with the Tom Joyner Foundation, Ford continues to show its support and dedication to the Historically Black Colleges and Universities community.

A Boogie

The North Carolina Central stop also included a media brunch, media dinner and performances by rapper A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Lil Mo.

Lil Mo

Check out photos from the North Carolina stop below!

 

Kellie Brown, Shaeem Reid, Alejandro Niglesias, Mahir Fadle, Satchel B. Jester, Gabriel Williams, Shaz, Jasmine Brand, Kaye Plum