Mars And Lil Nas X Debut M&M’S® Pack Collaboration
and cultural trailblazer, Lil Nas X. Mars and Lil Nas X will unveil limited-edition M&M’S Packs inspired by their shared mission to bring people together through colorful fun and music.
a better world. The partnership is part of the M&M’S FUNd,
a global initiative that provides resources, mentorship, opportunities
and financial support in the arts and entertainment space to help ensure people have access to experiences where everyone feels they belong.
singer’s Long Live Montero Tour. Following the show, it will be moved to the M&M’S Store in Times Square, where It will be open for the
public to play until mid-October. After that, it will then be donated to Newark Pride Inc., a volunteer organization committed to developing
a diverse, educational and advocacy driven community.
M&M’S Store in Times Square beginning September 21 while
create a world tomorrow in which the planet, its people and pets can thrive. The Mars Compass, inspired by the Economics of Mutuality, is used to measure the company’s progress in service of its purpose; The world we want tomorrow starts with how we do business today.
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