Pull Up & Park to “The Waiting Room” with Megamind Media Chevy


On October 14th, MEGAMIND MEDIA will collaborate with Chevy and Tigerlily Foundation; a global breast cancer organization focused on advocating for women of color to host the first PULL UP & PARK DC event related to making a difference in the Health Industry in the District of Columbia. Tressa Azarel Smallwod produced the film’s dramatic focus on vital topics to today’s Black families ranging from breast cancer to mental health. 

We are also thankful to partner with Chevy Cares and LASH MOI WARRIORS on this fantastic event. Chevrolet is more than a car company. They are a company that cares. “We’ve been caring for over a hundred years. Why do we do it? Because caring matters. Because breast cancer won’t cure itself. Because an active kid is a healthy kid. And because those who protect us deserve the best. Join Chevrolet and our dealers as we continue our mission to create a better world.”

Lash Moi Warriors’ mission is to restore hope, dignity, self-confidence, and reignite the inner beauty of women who have overcome medical obstacles by enhancing their outer beauty through complimentary permanent cosmetic makeup services. 

Guests will get to enjoy pandemic swag, pink carpet & ultimate drive-in experience with Automotive Rhythms and Chevrolet Cars.

At the event, attendees will also be required to wear masks and practice social distancing. They will also have access to mammography information and COVID-19 testing, black-owned and small businesses, and local food trucks on-site to deliver orders. 

MegaMind Media’s passion is to build grassroots awareness for the film industry through its connections to small businesses, the community of Middle-America’s Black and brown families, and enthusiastic moviegoers. In particular, this premier event raises awareness of breast cancer and celebrates the survivors of the disease. Be a part of MegaMind’s mission through film. Come out to watch an advance screening of “THE WAITING ROOM.” 

Vanessa Bell Calloway directed “A Long Look in the Mirror,” starring Golden Brooks (“Girlfriends”). It tells the story of a broken mother-daughter relationship tested to the limits after the youth-obsessed mother receives a cancer diagnosis and struggles to cope with the disease.

“Like, Comment, Subscribe” is directed by Sheryl Lee Ralph, starring newcomer Jasmine Luv with a cameo by Victoria Rowell. It follows a wedding vlogger and bride-to-be herself as she chronicles her journey after being diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer. Through her journey, we will see the ups, the downs, and the love shared with her fiancé.

So pull up, park, become informed, and let’s TALK ABOUT it. 

The movie screening drive-in is free and open to the public, but you must RSVP in advance to access the drive-in and reserve your lot space. Cars will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note an RSVP does not guarantee admittance to Park Up DC. 

Don’t forget to RSVP for this memorable drive-in experience. Each ticket will be provided with a 15ft x 20ft parking space.

Here are some house rules Covid19 measures on site: 

● Food will be served cashless and “grab and go” pick up from local food trucks 

● Security will enforce a strict “NO GATHERING” policy. Restroom facilities will maintain social distancing while in line 

● Attendees will be encouraged to wear a mask when OUTSIDE of the car, and all employees will wear masks during their shift

● Restrooms will be fully sanitized every 20 minutes, and disinfectant products will be available, along with multi-hand sanitizing stations.

Thank You to Our Sponsors! Our Partners Make a Difference!

We are so grateful for the support of our small business & corporate partners, who are committed to helping people, building stronger, healthier, and community relationships. Together, we are helping make a difference in the lives of so many survivors.

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