Toyota teams up with the VNL to support sustainable mobility
Volleyball World is delighted to welcome Toyota, a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer, as the Mobility Partner of the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2021 presented by ENIT – Italian National Tourist Board.
Toyota’s partnership with the VNL 2021 perfectly aligns with Toyota’s vision of sport and the way athletes challenge themselves to improve and overcome their limits being a source of inspiration towards the goal of creating a better society. Toyota has always been committed to ensuring the widest possible freedom of movement and thus contributing to the improvement of society and people’s living conditions through the development of sustainable mobility solutions in harmony with the environment.
The bond between Toyota and sport is strengthened by the VNL 2021 which represents a key chapter in a long-established journey, which will see its culmination this year with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Mariano Autuori, Director of Marketing Toyota Motor Italia, said:
“Our partnership with the VNL testifies once again to the strong link between Toyota and sport. In the sporting values of overcoming limits, teamwork and inclusiveness, we find some of the key elements of our Group’s vision, which has always been at the forefront of the development of sustainable mobility solutions designed to satisfy the needs and wellbeing of people with the ultimate goal of ensuring a better quality of life for all.”
Volleyball World CEO Finn Taylor said:
“We are proud to have world-renowned Toyota as the VNL 2021 Mobility Partner. Their mission to develop sustainable mobility solutions will be vital in securing the future of our planet, just as sport and physical activity are key to our future health.
“In this way, the values of volleyball and Toyota’s vision are perfectly aligned, and I am glad that we are able to promote these messages at an incredible VNL 2021.”
The VNL 2021 is being held in a secure bubble in Rimini, Italy from 25 May to 25 June for the women’s edition and 28 May to 27 June for the men’s edition. 32 of the world’s strongest national teams are currently battling it out to be crowned VNL champions as the flagship volleyball competition.
Toyota is also a Worldwide Olympic Partner and will play a key role in promoting sustainable mobility at the Games. Here, Toyota will provide athletes and the Olympic village with next-generation mobility services, transport solutions and advanced technologies which will support participants in the Games, including staff, athletes and spectators.
Accepting and facing the most demanding challenges, considering obstacles as goals to be overcome and not as barriers, are the key elements of the Toyota Group’s philosophy and values expressed by its global campaign ‘Start Your Impossible’ and part of its vision of sustainable, inclusive and accessible mobility for all.
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