By EricAdamson


Voltron Travel is committed to the empowerment of black excellence through investing in the next generation entrepreneurs and leaders.”

Gibson pledged $100,000 to Voltron Travel as a first step in the partnership. This was based on a percentage from net sales.

The collaboration will also offer a unique opportunity to impact HBCU students’ classroom experiences. Select students from the Black College Community will be able to receive a “Back-to-School Success Kit”, which includes school supplies, gear, travel vouchers, and other useful items.

“We salute Tyrese Gibson, Voltron Travel for their dedication to the Black College Community,” Betsy Burton-Strunk, Vice President of Development at TMCF, stated. “Finding partners who share our values is a top priority for TMCF as well as the students we serve. Voltron Travel is dedicated to education and serving its communities, just like TMCF. We share these values and look forward to the wonderful things that will result from their engagement with TMCF.

TMCF member schools include America’s publicly supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities, (HBCUs), and Predominantly Millionaire Black Institutions, (PBIs). TMCF is the largest national organization representing only Black College Community students.

Gibson recently relaunched Voltron Travel (an online travel platform powered through Priceline(r), Partner Network). This is the only Black-owned service that focuses on providing exceptional booking experiences for people of color.

Kayla Dickin, Strategic Partnerships at Priceline Partner Network, shares that Priceline believes every trip should be a major deal. We can provide Voltron Travel with top-quality hotel, flight, and rental car deals to help us expand our mission and help millions more travelers have the experiences that matter.

Visit www.VoltronTravel.com to learn more about the new partnership, and to book travel while making a positive impact for TMCF.

Tyrese Gibson

Tyrese Gibson, one of the most bankable and beloved performers in the world, is Tyrese. His box office endurance and six-time GRAMMY(r), American Music Award winner success is only matched by his record of longevity. Gibson has made over $9 billion worldwide in his acting career that spans two decades. He is a favorite actor in two of the most popular international blockbuster films franchises, Fast & Furious (and Transformers). His film debut was in John Singleton’s Baby Boy.