Rob Nunn (17), 2012’s ‘National Entrepreneur of the Year’, will have to work a little harder to earn the keys to his Alfa MiTo TwinAir prize.
The Peter Jones Enterprise Academy graduate from Chichester College, who pipped five other finalists from across the UK to the prestigious accolade, has yet to pass his driving test.
Fortunately, the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy has promised to organise driving lessons so the young businessman can finally get his licence in the coming months.
Rob was presented with his Alfa MiTo TwinAir, complete with a year’s cover thanks to ingenie, the car insurance brand for 17-25 year olds, at a graduation ceremony in Birmingham last week.
Damien Dally, Head of Brand, Alfa Romeo UK says; ‘Rob has proven his worth as a young entrepreneur and a rising business star. Once he’s passed his driving test, he’s going to have a brilliant time behind the wheel of his Alfa MiTo TwinAir. Alfa Romeo is proud to be supporting such a worthwhile organisation as the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy. Congratulations to all the students on their graduation.’
Rob will receive a brand new Alfa MiTo fitted with the award winning two-cylinder TwinAir engine for a 12-month period. The innovative TwinAir powerplant guarantees a high level of responsiveness and agility with a significant reduction in emissions – just 98g/km of CO2.
The Peter Jones Foundation operates a nationwide network of Enterprise Academies to teach young people how to be the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. As part of its on-going relationship with Peter Jones CBE, Alfa Romeo was sponsoring the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy’s National Entrepreneur of the Year Award.