Get ready to witness the ultimate celebration of black culture and music with the red-carpet screening of Rap Snacks Symphony! Rap Snacks, the official snack brand of Hip Hop, is all set to bring you an experience like never before. At the National HBCU Auxiliary and Dance Directors Association Conference, the mini-documentary will debut with a special talk-back group starring key film participants. The meeting runs March 29–April 2, 2023, at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, GA. Networking and learning events will draw 400 band and dance leaders, teachers, students, and fans.
This digital content series features historically black college and university (HBCU) marching bands and dance teams playing the music of artists on Rap Snacks bags. And this year, the series is back with its second installment featuring Clark Atlanta University’s Marching Panthers and Essence Dance Team!
“Rap Snacks Symphony is a complete culture disruptor. This is where Hip Hop and entertainment meet corporate integrative marketing to create a product that rejuvenates, amplifies, and empowers our now- and next-generation moguls and culture shapers,” said D’Carius Clark, project manager Rap Snacks Symphony.
Rap Snacks Symphony celebrates the profound impact of HBCUs on the community while supporting black-owned businesses. The series showcases amazing talent and brings together various aspects of black culture and music. The mini-documentary will premiere at the National HBCU Auxiliary and Dance Directors Association Conference, along with a special talk-back panel session featuring key film participants. The conference is taking place from March 29-April 2, `2023, at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, GA. Close to 400 band and dance coaches, instructors, students, and enthusiasts are expected to attend and participate in networking and learning events.
“Rap Snacks has a deep connection to HBCUs and our shared values of uplifting the black community, encouraging creativity, and supporting black-owned businesses,” said James Lindsay, founder and president, Rap Snacks. “Many of our executives and staff attended or are personally tied to an HBCU and appreciate their profound impact on the culture.”
This initiative is a must-watch for all those who appreciate Hip Hop and its cultural significance. So, mark your calendars and get ready for an experience of a lifetime. For more information, visit https://www.rapsnacks.net
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