USC volleyball players now drive the Fiat 500

Congenial and sporty, young and dynamic: the Fiat 500 is simply fun. The Italian "bubble car" goes perfectly with the Bundesliga volleyball players of USC Münster, who can now be seen out and about on the roads in these vehicles. On Monday, the players, trainer Andreas Vollmer and club president Jörg Adler took receipt of the 16 vehicles at Vovis Automobile GmbH, Vovis Automobile GmbH, a subsidiary of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG.

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On Monday, the players, trainer Andreas Vollmer and president Jörg Adler took receipt of the 16 vehicles at Vovis Automobile GmbH, a subsidiary of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG.USC volleyball players now drive the Fiat 500
On Monday, the players, trainer Andreas Vollmer and president Jörg Adler took receipt of the 16 vehicles at Vovis Automobile GmbH, a subsidiary of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG.

"They have made a good choice," says Vovis managing director, Jan-Bernd Kappelhoff. The Fiat 500 is one of the bestselling vehicles at the car dealership on Albersloher Weg.

Vovis Automobile GmbH Vovis Automobile GmbH has supported the Bundesliga volleyball players since the start of the 2015/16 season. "Sport is very important to us here in Münster. And the USC is great advertising for the city," says Kappelhoff. As such, Vovis Automobile GmbH is delighted to have entered into a partnership with the club.

"The Fiat 500 is a dynamic vehicle with cult status. It is ubiquitous in today's traffic. It has this in common with the USC Münster whose successful women's Bundesliga team has also attained cult status and is very much a part of the volleyball scene," explained USC president Jörg Adler during the vehicle handover. "We are delighted about this new partnership and will draw new motivation for further top performances from our new mobility." From now on, the sixteen brand ambassadors will report back from the roads every day.

Adler and each of the players received a Fiat 500 Lounge in gelato white. Features include panoramic roof, air conditioning, heated outer mirrors, central locking system with wireless remote control, touchscreen radio and alloy rims. The car brings 69 HP to the roads. From now on, trainer Andreas Vollmer, who has been promoted to the position of co-national coach, will drive a Fiat 500L with the same features and 95 HP.

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