Safari Card; Travel, Trade Tool building family: By Anthony Amp Elmore

Anthony "Amp" Elmore is a five time World Karate/Kickboxing champion who 1st traveled to Kenya in 1990 to premier his Memphis independent produced movie "The Contemporary Gladiator. While in Kenya Elmore had a "Life changing experience like the late comedian Richard Pryor who visited Kenya in 1979. Elmore notes that he was touched via a spiritual awakening that our ancestors spirit would not rest until the ancestors of Africans who were taken to the Americas make peace by connecting to their "ancestral home of Africa. Elmore took groups to Kenya for over a decade. Elmore notes that Kenya has the perfect culture to accommodate African/Americans making their maiden voyage to Africa. Elmore notes that the "Obama connection is more reason for African/Americans to visit Kenya. Elmore notes that while Kenya is the idea location for African/Americans to travel to Kenya the Kenya government has not developed or put in place the "Cultural Pathways" to tap the African American 48 Billion Dollars spent on travel each year. Elmore is asking the President of Kenya to honor African/Americans with a "Formal State Reception in 2019. Elmore notes that it would take 3 years to put the "infrastructure in place." Elmore explains that Kenya has not developed "African American Cultural Tours." Most tourist who visit Kenya are attracted to the animals and safari. Elmore who has traveled to Kenya since 1990 explains that African Americans are more excited to meet people than to see animals at a Safari. Elmore notes that the infrastructure in Kenya is designed more for the European Tourist than African/Americans who are more interested in history and culture. Elmore in this video introduce the "Safari Card" as a promotional tool to launch African/Americans traveling to Kenya. Elmore is introducing the travel Layaway and prepaid tourist travel is a way to bring 1000' and 1000's of African Americans to Kenya. Elmore is asking Kenya to open the door to tap some of the 48 Billion Black Americans spend each year on travel. African/Americans travel in groups to cultural events more that any ethnic group in America. Elmore explains to the Kenya Government that African/American will only travel to Kenya for a cultural event. Elmore introduce the "Safari Initiative" or homecoming celebration in 2019. Prior to the date Elmore asks Kenya to develop African/American heritage tours. Learn more about Elmore plans via the website: http://homecomingcelebration.com/

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