Bugatti rolls out Christmas gift for college students in US

Now this is no luxury launch. But if you are in college, or are contemplating completing your college now, then here’s the best piece of news 2010 can ever leave you with. Bugatti, the makers of the $2 million Veyron, has opened its doors for internship programme for college students in US at their office in Herndon, Virginia. The part time internship will cover 20 hours per week, where selected students are asked to perform a variety of jobs including coordination of press activities in cooperation with Bugatti’s PR firm, which includes scheduling of press cars for events, communication of planned activities to secure involvement of Bugatti dealers as necessary, and coordination of press activities with Bugatti S.A.S. priorities.

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Plus there’s a part in transportation section as well, so if you are lucky, which also means you should pass the drug test by Bugatti, you may even get to get your paws on varooming a real Veyron!
For admission just visit Bugatti’s website and best of luck. Wish we could go college again!

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