The Black Cotton Foundation Unveils Its New Mascot

Posted by Frankie Pope on 06:02 PM, 29-Aug-16

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Newark, NJ (August 29, 2016) - The Black Cotton Foundation unveiled a new mascot today, a young jaguar named Skipper. “We are very excited to welcome Skipper as our organization’s official mascot,” says Black Cotton Foundation’s President Raheim Singleton, “Skipper is a friendly and cool Jaguar who will give us another important tool to spread our mission. He cannot wait to meet and interact with the families in Newark.”

Skipper was named after musical icon Prince, whose childhood nickname was the aforementioned. The Jaguar/Leopard also pays homage to Prince’s famous leopard-print guitar straps. Skipper will be accompanied by a “MadCat” Telecaster, one of Prince’s favorite and well-known guitars. “Prince was a major influence in my personal life, and he still inspires me to never be content in my work, and to keep going until we reach our zenith,” said Singleton, “by honoring Prince, we hope Skipper will inspire our community’s youth for generations to come.”

Skipper will make his official debut in Newark in 2017, but while he is training in South America and getting ready for his debut, he will soon be interacting with people on the foundation’s Instagram and Facebook pages later this year. “With Skipper, we now have a ton of flexibility with how we market the foundation and how we will spread our message to the community” said Singleton. “Who knows; maybe you’ll see him on a billboard in Newark or on a comic book stand at your local comic book store.”

About The Black Cotton Foundation:
The Black Cotton Foundation is a community-related, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Newark, NJ. Its mission is to promote and produce programs and events that will have a positive and profound impact in our community, and to educate people through 'observation and participation.' Their programs and events are geared to benefit the poor and working class communities of New York and New Jersey—specifically focusing on children by teaching them unity and teamwork—and helping them to build a supportive community.

For more information about The Black Cotton Foundation, please visit http://www.blackcottonfoundation.org/

Contact:
Black Cotton Foundation
Raheim Singleton (President/Founder)
Phone - 718-415-0523
Email: blackcottonfoundation@gmail.com
Website: http://www.blackcottonfoundation.org/

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