Ford Can take About NCCU’s Homecoming
Ford closed out its next-amount F-150 Truck Tour at North Carolina Central University’s Homecoming in Durham, NC with a campus-rocking functionality by mounting celebrity A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, pleasurable-loaded spin wheel and hula hoop troubles and a “Drive 4 Ur Community” initiative that lifted $20 for every exam drive to help the Tom Joyner Basis.
Before breezing from hit to hit to chart-topping strike, A-Boogie joined Ford’s Multicultural Communications Supervisor Dee Guerrero at an exclusive breakfast to honor NCCU college student Jordan Thomas who helps make a variance by likely even further on his campus via community service.
The nationwide tour allowed attendees to guidance HBCUs by just test-driving the most current lineup of F-150 pickups, including the XLT and Lariat. For just about every examination travel, Ford donated up to $6,000 to the Tom Joyner Basis to help the desires and ambitions of HBCU college students.
This tour was one more significant and bold reminder of Ford Motor Company’s longtime motivation to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. For more facts on the wonderful new fleet of F-150 vehicles, go to in this article.
Photographs by Nigel Degraff