Lamborghini is celebrating this year’s “Movember” for the second year in a row. The Italian marque will do this by hosting fun activities as well as donating to a foundation that supports men’s health.
Lambos out for Movember
Celebrated yearly in November, Movember is a charity as well as an event. In a nutshell, it involves men growing mustaches in order to raise awareness of men’s health issues such as include prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide, among others.
So for the entirety of the said month, Lamborghini dealerships from around the world will organize Bull Runs. In the said activity, Lamborghinis will parade around whilst decorated with mustache-shaped stickers. The mustache, as we’ve said after all, is the symbol of the Movember movement.
Special items will also be offered on sale by Lamborghini via the givergy.com website. The proceeds from the said items will be entirely donated to the Movember initiative.
For those who are curious, these include something as simple as a 1:18 model of a Lamborghini Huracan or an OMP Lamborghini X Movember gaming chair, to tickets to fancy locations like the Lamborghini Lounge in Melbourne, Australia.
A weekend experience at the famous Goodwood Festival of Speed is also up for grabs, as well as signed merchandise from several motorsport personalities.
The Movember Bull Runs around the globe will make a return this year
If one wants to donate directly, a dedicated platform was also launched. This is also a partnership between Lamborghini and Movember, and it can be found on the latter’s website.
Speaking of donations, the Lamborghini global dealership network managed to raise a total of $233,000 (around Php 13 million at current exchange rates) in 2021. A total of 1,226 Lambos from around the world also participated last year.
Currently, the Lamborghini dealership located in Nürnberg, Germany has already topped the donor’s chart.
Know more about Lamborghini
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. or simply Lamborghini is an Italian luxury sports carmaker currently owned by the Volkswagen Group through Audi. Its visionary founder, Ferrucio Lamborghini initially opened a business assembling automobiles that are used for farming from military vehicles in 1946. His company was a success producing tractors fitted with two to four-cylinder diesel engines. In 1954, a motor engine with direct injection was added in their lineup. In the 1960s, his venture was one of the biggest manufacturers of agricultural machinery producing 400 vehicles monthly.
Cesar G.B. Miguel