Exciting bus tour to acquaint guests with Charlotte’s history

June 10, 2013 by  

The Black and White Bus Tour — hosted by the Levine Museum of the New South — offers guests a chance to learn all about Charlotte’s history and residents.

The tour will delve into the history of Charlotte, provoking thought and potentially providing an opportunity for local companies to gain exposure to the public. They can work with brochure printers, stationery printers, and other printing services to create material to hand out to the attendees at the event.

On the Black and White Bus Tour, guests will learn about west side Charlotte, east side Charlotte, and center city. Learning about the origins and interesting events within each of these locations is just part of the goings-on.

In addition, the tour will cover the factors of ethnicity and race in Charlotte’s development, as well as how the entrepreneurial spirit has shaped the city. It will also touch on how the city has transformed in recent years and how its residents are shaping Charlotte’s future.

The Black and White Bus Tour will be on Friday, June 14, at 9:30 am. Admission is free and open to guests of all ages, so everyone is invited to join in and further their knowledge of our wonderful city. They can show up at the Levine Museum of the New South at 200 East 7th Street to get involved in the fun. Contact Annetta Foard at 704-333-2595 ext. 103 for further information about the Black and White Bus Tour.