Corvette Fans in Middle East Share Passion for Helping Others

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Corvette owners coming together to help others isn’t just an American thing.

Nope, it seems that the desire ‘Vette owners have to give back to the community extends as far as the Middle East, as highlighted in a recent GM Authority report.

According to the news source, a group of about 50 Corvette owners recently got together in Abu Dhabi to use their cars to help raise breast cancer awareness. The event was part of Abu Dhabi Marina Mall’s Corporate Social Responsibility campaign called “Let Hope Shine.”

“At Marina Mall Abu Dhabi we believe our business growth has to be socially responsible. We work closely with the local community through our CSR program ‘Let Hope Shine,’ which gives us the opportunity to truly make a difference in the community,” said Bruce von Kaufmann, General Manager at the Marina Mall.

The Corvettes used for the campaign included a red convertible 1963 Corvette, along with C3 Corvettes, C4 Corvettes, C6 Corvettes, and C7 Corvettes, all branded with breast cancer awareness vinyls.

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Via [GM Authority]

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