Back at Long Beach’s Acura Grand Prix after pandemic pause

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Over 180,000 fans watched in anticipation as world-class racers took to the streets of Downtown Long Beach in the 48th annual Acura Grand Prix. They also saw some smaller wheels on the sidelines. Jehovah’s Witnesses had returned to the longest-running street race in North America with their mobile Bible-based literature carts after a pandemic pause. “The pandemic halted our face-to-face ministry for a period of time, but we were so happy to be back reconnecting with people again,” said David Cohen, regional spokesperson for Jehovah’s Witnesses. “We enjoyed sharing a positive message with people of all backgrounds, and the Grand Prix was an exciting event with wide appeal.” The event took place April 14-16, where a variety of races were run throughout the weekend, finishing w
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