Citroëns Support African-American Brain Health Initiative at Rutgers University.

Dr. Mark A. Gluck is a Professor at the Center for Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience, at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey.  Mark is also a Traction 15-6 owner and Citroën enthusiast.  On Saturday, April 22, 2017 the university staged a car show as part of the African-American Brain Health Initiative to promote brain health, Alzheimer’s awareness, and research participation by African-American men in Newark and northern NJ.  Given that opportunity Mark invited a few local Citroën owners participate. 

Here are a few photos:  

You can see more photos of the event and Mark’s other outings in the New Jersey area his Traction 15-6 here (click).

And view their video; How they get men to focus on taking care of their health if they won’t attend education events?  The answer: lure them with a classic car show;



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