The Bundy Drive Boys

The Bundy Drive Boys

by Darius Allen, Mutaurwa Munemo


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ISBN-13: 9780991619078
Publisher: Varsity Club
Publication date: 04/09/2015
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

As the youngest of six kids, Darius Allen couldn't help but to observe the movie called The Allen Family. All the philosophies, quotes, and books from his Texas-born father, Red, were passed down to him with the responsibility to cherish and recount them.

He graduated at the University of Southern California with a degree in Economics and a special interest in sitting in cinema classes. As the Founder and CEO of Varsity Club, Darius can now be found writing a novel, revising a screenplay, and shining a light on the trailblazers and trendsetters who have strived for excellence in the past, present and future.

Life for Mutaurwa Munemo has always been an adventure. Being the child of two educators, a love of knowledge and the various means to attain it were fundamental traits passed down to him. As the son of a father who escaped colonial oppression in Zimbabwe and a mother who survived the civil rights struggles in her native Alabama, Mutaurwa was instilled with a belief that cultural and historical awareness were essential traits. Respect and appreciation for differing cultures and beliefs were taught to him as a key component to gaining true knowledge. Mutaurwa was blessed with the opportunity many youth do not have—to see the world.

He graduated from the University of Southern California where he majored in Political Science and dabbled in cinema. It was here that Mutaurwa met the “Koufax to his Drysdale,” his closest friend and business partner Darius Allen. Together a goal was formed. Today, you can find Mutaurwa editing a screenplay, writing a novel, or planning future literary and cinematic endeavors in his capacity as Creative Director of Varsity Club.

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