18 MG owners get together to raise funds as part of first MGCC-I Jaipur drive
Jaipur: About 45 MG owners in Jaipur got together to raise funds for the underprivileged children, wherein 18 MG owners also participated in the first-ever MGCC-I rally in Jaipur. The rally was organized in the Pink City by MG Car Club Jaipur, an owner-driven car community. All of the proceeds from the event went to the Jaipur-based NGO ‘Indian Women Impact’.
The meet-and-greet event raised funds ahead of Holi to help uplift underprivileged children with Indian Women Impact. The MG owners benevolently contributed to the cause while also following all COVID-19-related safety measures. The move resonated with the carmaker’s focus on community as a key pillar, serving the society across its operational geographies.
Speaking on the occasion, an MG owner and the new Chief Experience Officer, MGCC-I club, Jaipur, Mr. Ashutosh, said, “It is a moment of great honor for me to become MGCC’s Chief Experience Officer for Jaipur. The city is a tourist destination and there are a lot of offbeat locations where MG cars can prove their mettle. It will be interesting to plan offroading events in and around the city.”
Mr. Ashutosh (Chief Experience Officer) and Mr. Alop (Chief Curator) have taken honorary positions as MGCC officers for MGCC-I Jaipur Centre. They will spearhead the future events held by MGCC-I in Jaipur.
Launched in 1930 in Abingdon, the U.K., MGCC is a prestigious car club that has thousands of members all over the world. The car club was set up by ardent MG owners themselves with the strong sense of pride that they carry. Ever since then, MGCC members have come in the support of MG on several occasions. The club still survives at its original premises in Abingdon, the automaker’s permanent address since its incorporation.
MGCC owners in India will now be part of the global community and enjoy the experience and all other benefits of the club.