Call To Action To Put The First-Ever Black Golf History Museum On Wheels In Motion!
Our national media partner, African American Golfer's Digest is a subscription-based quarterly magazine that reaches more than 85,000 readers and also has distribution to over 250 African American golf events around the country. A PGA of America Diverse Supplier, African American Golfer's Digest is the nation’s leading print publication and online portal for African American golfers. Publisher Debert Cook is the first black woman to wholly own a Black-focused golf magazine in the United States. Cook founded African American Golfer's Digest in 2003.
Our project promoter Summit Golf Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) organization based in Portland, Oregon. As a non-profit qualified to receive tax deductible contributions to promote the mobile exhibition, all monies collected for the mobile tour truck exhibition go directly to Summit Golf Foundation (SGF) and may qualify for a tax deduction. SGF program teaches young people the game of golf while also instilling integrity and confidence into their daily lives. Based in Portland, Oregon, Summit Golf Foundation serves youth in the Vancouver and Portland-Metro area.
Turn-key provider of the African American Golf History Mobile Truck Exhibition project design, development and logistics team, MRA is a leader in mobile experiential marketing and exhibiting needs for many well-known cultural institutions and Fortune 1000 companies. Mobile tours have been MRA’s core business since 1989. MRA clients include Smithsonian, Library of Congress, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum, Tavis Smiley’s America I AM Tour, Mayo Clinic, American Legacy and many more. MRA corporate headquarters is in Madison Heights, Michigan.