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We have always wanted an excuse to go to Belize which is located in Central America nestled

in the tropical Caribbean. We have always wanted to travel and document the tour from start to finish

and share it with other friends and family along the way.

 

SHARING is the key word in this journey and we want to GIVE BACK as ELDERS by promoting people, places and events so others can experience the joy, the love and the togetherness of PEOPLE and LIFESTYLES from city to city and from port to port. The Discovery Channel has features like this but we believe that we can add just the right flavor making this THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME and a wise investment for investors.

 

Now to MAKE OUR WISHES COME TRUE, (although we have started documenting already) We will need just a little help from a few sponsors. Please check the following list and see if you can assist:

 

1. CASH DONATIONS

2. 3 ADVERTISING SPONSORS

     ... CAMERA EQUIPMENT * RV & ACCESSORIES * PREPAID GAS CARD / MOTEL

    IN EXCHANGE- WE WILL PUT YOUR LOGO ON THE VEHICLE, ON 100,000 POST CARDS

    (DISTRIBUTED ON THE JOURNEY) AND MENTION YOUR COMPANY ON ALL YOUTUDE 

    VIDEO DOCUMENTARY SERIES.

3. SPONSOR A WELCOME RECEPTION ON ONE OF THE FOLLOWING STOPS ALONG THE JOURNEY:

                 A. ATLANTA, GA where we will spend time & documents of putting it all together

                 B. EATONVILLE, FLORIDA - ZORA NEALE HURSTON FESTIVAL

                 C. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - MARDI-GRAS

                 D. HOUSTON, TEXAS

                 E. CANCUN, MEXICO

                 F. BELMOPAN, BELIZE

                 H. PUNTA GORDA, BELIZE

Though the actual ROAD journey TO BELIZE does not begin until around March 25, 2012, we will be documenting to show the preparations and excitement leading up to actual departure date.

STAY TUNED AND BE A PART OF THIS JOURNEY BELOW...

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The 1st port-of call on the SOUTHERN HERITAGE TOUR 2012 was the KING DAY activities
in Atlanta, Georgia on January 16th. Stay tuned and ENJOY THE VIDEOS as the tour has already begun.

Check out this 1st port-of-call on the 2012 Southern Heritage Tour.
We are LIVE at the King Day Celebrations in Atlanta... ENJOY!

So what if you didn't get a chance to go the the ZORA FESTIVAL (1/28/12). just click and watch some WACPtv highlights on our second stop of the 2012 SOUTHERN HERITAGE ROAD TOUR.... ENJOY!

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