American Legacy's Mobile Tour Celebrating 75 Years Of Ciaa Tournament Basketball Powered By Toyota To Launch In Charlotte During Fan Fest On Feb. 28th
Traveling Museum to Visit CIAA Member Schools during the Month of March
By: American Legacy Network, Corp.
"This is an exciting time for CIAA Tournament Basketball and we're extremely pleased to showcase and share its rich 75-year history with this special mobile tour," said Rodney J. Reynolds, founder of American Legacy Network. It was great to work with Suzette McQueen and her team at the CIAA to curate this amazing exhibit."
"Toyota is thrilled to partner with American Legacy in celebrating 75 years of the CIAA Basketball Tournament and continuing to support an organization that fosters education, community, and competitive sportsmanship,"
In addition to launching the exhibit at this year's Fan Fest in Charlotte, NC on Friday, February 28th, this uniquely curated mobile truck museum will visit the CIAA Conference member schools throughout the month of March to provide students with a look at the tournament's history and the pioneers who set the stage for what the tournament has become today.
"It was a pleasure to work with Rodney and his team to document the Tournament's illustrious history," said Suzette McQueen, CIAA Senior Associate Commissioner of External Operations and Strategic Marketing. "Their enthusiasm, attention to detail and willingness to partner with the CIAA is unparalleled. We are grateful to our corporate partner Toyota for seeing the value in celebrating the CIAA Basketball Tournament. This visual exhibit will allow our fans and member institutions to experience the CIAA in a new way.
The CIAA mobile museum highlights include:
ABOUT THE AMERICAN LEGACY BRAND
Rodney J. Reynolds founded American Legacy Magazine in 1995 as a joint venture with Forbes Magazine. Total readership of American Legacy was over 2 million when the print edition ceased publication in 2011. The mission of the American Legacy brand which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2020 is to broaden and enhance the awareness of African-American history through the utilization of educational products, mobile experiential tours, and new media with the launch of the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service, American Legacy Network (ALN). To subscribe to ALN, visit www.americanlegacynetwork.tv. Black History Made Every Day.
ABOUT THE CIAA
Founded in 1912, the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) is the first African American athletic conference and one of the most recognized conferences in Division II. The CIAA conducts 14 championships attended by more than 150,000 fans from around the country. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, the CIAA is governed by the Presidents and Chancellors of its 12 member-institutions:
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