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Bay Area Operators Fund College Scholarship Program

Posted on June 15, 2011
Operators Maurice (L) and Rhonda Brewster want to help young men seeking  new opportunities. The couple is pictured here with Los Angeles  operator Antoine Royster during the 2011 International LCT Show in Las  Vegas on Feb. 14.

Operators Maurice (L) and Rhonda Brewster want to help young men seeking new opportunities. The couple is pictured here with Los Angeles operator Antoine Royster during the 2011 International LCT Show in Las Vegas on Feb. 14.

Operators Maurice (L) and Rhonda Brewster want to help young men seeking  new opportunities. The couple is pictured here with Los Angeles  operator Antoine Royster during the 2011 International LCT Show in Las  Vegas on Feb. 14.

Operators Maurice (L) and Rhonda Brewster want to help young men seeking new opportunities. The couple is pictured here with Los Angeles operator Antoine Royster during the 2011 International LCT Show in Las Vegas on Feb. 14.

REDWOOD CITY, Calif – Mosaic Global Transportation, a minority-owned sedan, limousine and shuttle company based south of San Francisco, will donate 10% of revenues generated through an affinity program to 100 Black Men of America, Inc. for youth scholarships.

Maurice Brewster, President and CEO of Mosaic Global, said the idea for the program came up because of the hard times a lot of nonprofit organizations are having trying to raise money. Brewster and his wife, company co-founder Rhonda Brewster, chose 100 Black Men of America, Inc. as recipients of the scholarship because “100 Black Men of America has been enriching the lives of kids for just over 25 years,” he said. “100 Black Men of America has 116 chapters all over the world that do good work in their respective cities. All they have to do is refer business in their organization to me within the chapters, and if those chapters use my service across the world, 10% goes back to help them build scholarships.”

Mosaic Global also will donate from any revenue generated by 100 Black Men’s corporate sponsors who use the service. "As we have been blessed in the development of our business, my wife and I wanted to be a blessing to others,” Brewster said. To find out more details about the Affinity Program or to see how you or your company can participate, contact Maurice Brewster at [email protected], or visit 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

Sources: Michael Campos, LCT assistant editor; Mosaic Global Transportation

Related Topics: California operators, charity, Mosaic Global Transportation LLC, scholarship

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