MEMPHIS, Tenn.,
26
October
2020
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14:52 PM
America/Chicago

State Farm® Agent's Support of the National Civil Rights Museum Highlighted

Janice Gray used funds from the Good Neighbor Community Fund to support the National Civil Rights Museum in her community of Memphis, Tennessee.

Peacock, NBC's streaming service, is highlighting her support as part of its Black Voices library of content. In a video Janice shares her views on the importance of the museum and expresses the State Farm commitment to making a difference.

Earlier this year, State Farm empowered agents to address the greatest needs in their community through the Good Neighbor Community Fund.

 

 

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