Jeep partners with HOT 91.9 FM's Hot Cares Programme

Jeep partners with HOT 91.9 FM's Hot Cares Programme

Midrand, South Africa - Robin van Rensburg, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles South Africa (FCASA), handed the keys of a Jeep Renegade to Lloyd Madurai, Managing Director of Hot 91.9fm. Jeep has become the official vehicle sponsor to the Hot Cares initiative by supplying a Jeep Renegade to the team to assist with their logistics and transportation.

The award winning Hot 91.9fm through their Hot Cares programme has provided much needed assistance and support to those in need within the community in the areas of education, training, medical, housing, feeding programmes and individual financial assistance. Hot Cares, makes a meaningful difference in the lives of those around and partnering with them affords FCA the opportunity to be a part of the positive impact within our own community. The versatile and capable Jeep Renegade is a perfect fit for this partnership, whether you're heading out on the town thanks to its manoeuvrability or exploring new trails thanks to its off-road capabilities. The Renegade is ready, willing and able.

"We hope that with FCA's support, Hot 91.9fm through their Hot Cares programme,  can continue to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those around us," said van Rensburg.

About FCA Group

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the seventh-largest automaker in the world, designs, engineers, manufactures and sells passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems worldwide.

The Group's automotive brands are: Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Abarth, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Mopar, the parts and service brand. In addition, the Group provides retail and dealer finance, leasing and rental services in support of the car business through subsidiaries, joint ventures and commercial agreements with specialised financial services providers.

FCA South Africa has a dealer network in South Africa responsible for the sales and service of all FCA brands, whilst also having representation in seven countries within the East African territory.