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Supermodel Joins Forces With Fiat’s Super Models

Supermodel Joins Forces With Fiat’s Super Models



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Super model, Naomi Campbell, has donated two Fiat vans to the Atlha Onlus, a charity that has been helping disabled people enjoy holidays and furthering their social integration for more than 20 years.


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As godmother and honorary president of the Atlha Onlus, the celebrated super model attended the event organised at the Cascina Bellaria of Milan, headquarters of the association, and donated two vehicles a Fiat Ducato and a Fiat Scudo. Leaders in the personal transport sector and featuring excellent driveability and comfort, the two vehicles are distinguished by the brand logo and the wording “Donated to the Atlha Onlus by Naomi Campbell: in cooperation with Fiat”.

Fiat vehicles are being used increasingly for shuttle services, and a firm bond has been set up with traditional professional vehicles and with the world of tourism. The award to the Scudo of the Van of the Year 2008 title is just one more example of the brand’s success in the personal transport sector.

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