For the love of Mozilla: #MozDrive

Hello Everyone,

I assume many of you must be aware of the recent project that I’ve undertaken. It has already been few weeks since I announced it, but the lazy me had been procrastinating to announce it here. I have also had the opportunity to test the whole idea on a recent volunteering trip to Squaw Valley (more on that later).

On 1st August 2014, I will be embarking on a journey across the lower 48 US States to spread the word and the love about Mozilla.

In 25 days, I will:

- Travel across the lower 48 States and share Mozilla’s story, vision, and their mission with the people I meet along the way.

- Engage in a one-to-one interaction with the locals and document their stories for an epic MozDrive video.

- Share my journey through the help of social media, as I go about making a difference and positive impact in the society.

Read more about the campaign here.

And please follow the entire journey and share the page (Facebook, Twitter) within your community or wherever you can in the social media space. The whole idea is to spread Mozilla love far out wide in the physical as well as digital world.

The entire campaign is mostly sponsored by The Mozilla Foundation (really grateful to them). But, I will be financing my own food and misc during the entire journey. I personally wanted everyone to become a part of this journey in some way. You can financially support the campaign – here!

I need your full support during the entire journey.

Thanks everyone!

 

Here are few pics from my recent #MozDrive test in Wunderlust, Squaw Valley.

 

See you on the other side!

‘Til then.

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