Experienced by Kimatni D. Rawlins
What a blessed and amazing October 14th evening with breast cancer survivors, supporters, sponsors, and hundreds of drive-in movie attendees who came out to support PULL UP & PARK, MegaMind Media, Chevy, Automotive Rhythms, and the Tigerlily Foundation, a global breast cancer organization focused on advocating for women of color. The evening event at RFK Stadium was created to make a difference within the Health Industry in the District of Columbia. Tressa Azarel Smallwood produced the two films showcased which centered on vital topics with today’s Black families ranging from breast cancer to mental health.
The female-focused kickoff was highly thankful for partner Chevrolet and its Chevy Cares movement. More than an automaker, 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.”
Patrons pulled up in their vehicles and listened to testimonials from breast cancer survivors, received social distancing swag and lifestyle tips on cancer prevention, and watched two breast cancer movie screenings starring Jasmine Luv and Mark McKinnon. Both will air on BET Her this weekend. In addition, our VIPs such as “tall guy car reviews” and brand creator Brittney Mckinnon were treated to rides in the all-new 2021 Tahoe Premier. And of course the pink carpet display of Chevy’s squad including the 2021 Suburban HC, Corvette Stingray Coupe, and Bolt EV Premier impressed the guests.
We collectively experienced beautiful weather for a beautiful crowd and message.