Throughout the entire Penske Automotive Group network, our dealerships are recognizing Black History Month. This week, we’re highlighting several stores in the East region that created thoughtful celebrations to promote an understanding of the importance this historic month, as well as foster inclusivity within their local communities by featuring local area Black-owned businesses.
BMW of Bloomfield Hills
BMW of Bloomfield Hills enjoyed a team lunch catered by a local, Black-owned and operated Chick-fil-A and some delicious desserts from Good Cakes and Bakes bakery.
Good Cakes and Bakes is a southeast Michigan bakery with a mission to provide quality baked goods that are wholesome and organic in nature, and to provide baked goods in an environment that is positive, creative, educational, and friendly to their employees and communities.
Audi Chantilly, Audi Tysons Corner, JLR Annapolis, Mercedes-Benz of Chantilly, Mercedes-Benz of Tysons Corner, Porsche Tysons Corner and Porsche Chantilly
The DC-area stores enjoyed a java break while showing support for local area coffee truck, Jaliyaa Coffee.
Jaliyaa Coffee is an ethically sourced African coffee brand creating meaningful connections between Africa and the dispora through storytelling, 5% of their profits go towards the fight against food securities within various African communities.
BMW Tenafly, Hudson Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Hudson Nissan, Hudson Toyota, Jaguar Land Rover Englewood, and Jaguar Land Rover Paramus
The North New Jersey stores hosted a book club featuring ‘In My Mother’s Voice’ by African American author and speaker G. Jaaz Jones.
G. Jaaz Jones is also a transformation specialist and energy empowerment coach. She is dedicated to helping mothers, daughters, women, and teens to connect with their inner self to morph their pains, problems, and fears into a platform of powerful possibilities.