Partners with Toyota for 11-city tour
MOUNT VERNON, NY —American Legacy founder, Rodney J. Reynolds is bringing the famed mobile truck exhibition to Philadelphia, PA on Friday, February 23rd. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the mobile truck exhibit is on an 11-city tour which is exclusively sponsored by Toyota.
“We are certainly excited to reach this milestone with our mobile truck exhibit and extremely proud that Toyota committed to joining us as we bring our important history and culture to select neighborhoods across the country as we celebrate our rich and noble history,” said Reynolds.
Since February 2008, American Legacy’s mobile truck exhibit has visited various school districts, colleges & universities, churches and African-American festivals and events across the country providing audiences with a look at African-American history and achievement.
“Toyota is thrilled to partner with American Legacy and celebrates the great heritage of its mobile truck exhibit during a month when we salute and acknowledge the innovations, accomplishments, and culture of African Americans,” said Mia Phillips, national brand manager, Toyota Motor North America.
The Philadelphia stop will be hosted by The African-American History & Culture Showcase. The exhibit will be parked at the Sullivan Progress Plaza located at 1501 N. Broad Street from 9AM to 4PM and is open to the public. The Sullivan Progress Plaza founded by the late Rev. Leon Sullivan is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018!
The tour manager is MRA Experiential Tours and Equipment of Madison Heights, MI.
For information about the tour itself and stops, please visit www.americanlegacymag.com