By J.J. McQueen
Special to the AFRO
During every holiday season there’s a group of people looking to spread extra joy. This year, in its inaugural event, the group known as the “Bull Squad,” a group of Lamborghini owners, served the Washington D.C. community by combining exotic cars, souped-up jeeps and a good cause.
On Dec. 18, the event’s host, Adrian McQueen, along with other community volunteers were able to provide a unique holiday experience that included the company of local political officials and residents from all over the DMV.
Featured were staged driving stations for small children and opportunities for all attendees to connect with individual exotic car owners.
“Even though many of us have other occupations, it means a lot for us to be able to give back,” McQueen said.
Also supporting the event was the Black Jeepers of the DMV: a group of exotic Jeep owners who aren’t strangers to investing in the community during important times of the year. Other community partners included Shoe City, e.at., Wow Wheelz, Elite Bandits S.O.N.G, DSLBD, ADRENALINE LIFESTYLES, Black Cyber, Bull Squad, and Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie.
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