Aston-Martin CEO Donates Rapide To Japan

Charity

Any human being with even an ounce of compassion has felt for the people of Japan in the wake of March's tsunami. Those in the automotive industry are reminded more frequently than most just how bad the disaster was, and how bad it still is for many people. As CEO of Aston-Martin, Ulrich Bez is certainly part of the automotive industry, and he is donating his own 2009 Rapide to be auctioned and the proceeds donated to Japan disaster relief.

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