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Lotus & Supermodel Naomi Campbell Raise $1.6 Million For Haiti Project - Web Exclusive

Supermodel Naomi Campbell and sports car manufacturer Lotus have join forces.

Apr 27, 2010

NAOMI CAMPBELL AND LOTUS CARS RAISE $1.6 MILLION FOR HAITI EARTHQUAKE RELIEF

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Supermodel Naomi Campbell launched the “Naomi for Haiti” aid project to provide help for victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

To support this project, Lotus auctioned eight limited-edition Evora models with exclusive Recaro seats. The auction raised the phenomenal sum of $1.6 million.

Many people in Haiti are still suffering the consequences of the severe earthquake. Supermodel Naomi Campbell and sports car manufacturer Lotus joined forces on an aid project for the earthquake victims and have produced the eight limited edition “Naomi for Haiti” Lotus Evoras.

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The exclusive Evoras were designed jointly by Naomi and Lotus design director Donato Coco. The sale of the eight collector’s pieces mean the project is able to provide support specifically for mothers and children following the terrible earthquake.

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