Driven: African Americans In The Auto Industry
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A number of new cars and trucks are being introduced this week at the North American International Auto Show. Also being unveiled on Wednesday is a new project called “DRIVEN: A Tribute to African American Achievement in the Auto Industry.”
The headliner for the event is Cedric The Entertainer. It will take place during the industry preview of the auto show, Wednesday, January 12th, 6pm in the Riverview Ballroom at Cobo Center.
Produced by Real Times Media and Who’s Who Publishing, DRIVEN tells the story of African Americans in the industry, the influence of the unions and the impact the industry has had on African American economics.
“The auto industry shaped the city of Detroit and the world,” said Real Times CEO Hiram Jackson. “Lesser known is the the significant role that African Americans palyed in growing the industry to prominence and that we now play in revitalzing the struggling industry.”
Tickets are $100, and include a copy of DRIVEN, as well as an all-access sneak peak of the auto show and an afterglow with Cedric The Entertainer.
For tickets and other details go HERE.
The auto show will be open to the public Jan. 15-23.