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Citroën Australia Partners With The Amy Gillett Foundation

In Support Of Cycling And Road Safety

In June 2023, Citroën Australia was proud to announce its partnership with leading cycling safety organisation, the Amy Gillett Foundation. Citroën Australia will support the Amy Gillett Foundation as the National Brand Ambassador as well as the Gran Fondo Naming Rights partner.

Kate Gillis, Managing Director Citroën Australia, commented: "Whether driving a vehicle or riding a bike, we all must play our part in looking after the wellbeing of all road users. We recognise it takes the broader education, support and commitment from all community members to achieve this shared goal."

"The Amy Gillett Foundation has been a driving force for change in Australian road and cyclist safety for over fifteen years and we look forward to supporting the dedicated initiatives, educational programs, and events of the Amy Gillett Foundation."

The Amy Gillett Foundation was established in 2006, following the death of Amy Gillett, who was killed by a driver on 18 July 2005 while she was cycling in Germany with the Australian women's cycling team. Since then the organisation has been a leading national advocate to improve cyclist safety, building public awareness and educating road users to make cycling safer in Australia.

Dan Kneipp, CEO of the Amy Gillett Foundation, welcomed Citroën Australia as the Foundation's latest partner commenting: "We are excited to have Citroën on board to further support our core mission to reduce the death and injury of cyclists.

"Not only will the partnership help us to continue our work towards a safer future for all road users in Australia, but we are also excited to have such an iconic automotive brand with a unique focus on wellbeing supporting our organisation.”

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