“The people and the organizations that I have had the opportunity to partner with, meet, and address for the common cause of making our communities and world a better place to live, has been a humbling experience in 2014”—Jason Irby
The 30th annual United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots Motorcade was held Sunday, December 7th and Irby rolled out the red C6 Corvette.
Irby joined the Fraternal Order of Police motorcade with Capital City Corvette Club, a local corvette club in which Irby is a member. The corvette club often participates in community and charitable events.
“The toys bring happiness and cheer, as well as, helping to make so many children have a Merry Christmas. The officers are very community minded and enjoy the opportunity to reach out to the public in which they serve and protect,” Irby said.
On December 6, 2014, the City of Little Rock celebrated its annual Big Jingle Jubilee Holiday Parade in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas. Jason Irby rolled out his red C6 Corvette in participation.
Irby joined the parade with Capital City Corvette Club, a local corvette club in which he is a member. The corvette club often participates in community and charitable events.
“The cars often inspire the crowds, especially the youth. We encourage them to stay in school and aim toward finding a good career,” Irby said.
A continuing tradition, the Little Rock parade featured Santa and Mrs. Claus, marching bands, floats, cars, animals and festive fun. The event was sponsored by the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The National Black Book Festival (NBBF) is a national event that showcases African-American authors each year. According to its website, it is the world’s largest African-American retailer online! For the November/December 2014 newsletter, Jason Irby, author of So You Want To Stop Violence? has been selected as one of its featured authors.