Cricket Wireless campaign features Eastside grad

Cricket Wireless recently chose a former Eastside and Florida A&M University (FAMU) grad as one of four entrepreneurs from across the country to spotlight in its campaign celebrating Black History Month.

Gainesville resident MyQueal Lewis is a former Cricket Wireless Campus Ambassador who started a graphic design and art production company, Queality, during his sophomore year at FAMU, according to the Cricket Wireless release. 

The campaign launched Feb. 4 with Lewis featured first on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube channels with 60-second video vignettes sharing each person’s story. 

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“Finding ways to showcase my creativity and partnering with companies to highlight my community with my art is very important to me,” said Lewis in the press release. “I’d also like to challenge myself to do five murals this year, bring my sketches from the iPad to life, and move towards producing my second short film.”

Cricket Wireless awarded Lewis a $5,000 grant to assist him with his first-year goals. You can learn more about MyQueal’s story by clicking the following link: Cricket Campaign Celebrates Today’s Black History Makers.

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