Rolls Royce has provided a Pink RR Ghost EWB to Chris Evans’ FAB 1 Million project to support Breast Cancer Care.
Chris Evans and cars go together. So when the Ginger one had the bright idea that he should plant his FAB 1 number plate on a pink Rolls Royce and use it to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care, Rolls Royce sat up and took notice.
The result is a pink Rolls Royce Ghost EWB put together for the Evans adventure with everything from a pink paint job to hand-embroidered headrests with the Breast Cancer Care pink ribbon motif and pink umbrellas. There’s also ‘FAB1’ treadplates , a pink and cream interior and an uplit Spirit of Ecstasy
Rolls Royce has handed the Ghost over to Chris’s FAB1 Million project – and he’s chipped in his FAB 1 number plate – with a plan to raise £1 million for the charity over the next year by offering the pink roller for hire for any special day – from weddings to corporate outings – and for appearances at special events.
Jolyon Nash, Rolls Royce Marketing Director, said:
When I received the call from Chris Evans to support FAB1 Million, we immediately sprang into action.
It’s taken countless hours to create such a special car but every minute spent is absolutely worth it for such a valuable cause. We wish the project every success.
The whole project kicks off on 18th April with a star-studded drive from Land’s End to John O’Groats in the pink FAB 1 Roller with faces like Prof. Brian Cox, Mary Berry, Gary Barlow and Chris Evans himself (all pictured above) taking part.
We wish the FAB1 Million project all the best – it’s a great cause and a great way to raise awareness and funds. Well done, that man.