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Fleet deal with hidden claws?

VOLKSWAGEN'S corporate customers can sponsor animals and hold meetings at Hertfordshire-based Paradise Wildlife Park as part of a new deal with the manufacturer.

As part of the deal with Volkswagen Fleet Services, the park has taken delivery of a fully-liveried Touareg 2.5-litre TDi. The vehicle will be used to visit schools and host conservation road shows to promote the park's work and as an off-roader within the park.

Head of Volkswagen Fleet Services Vince Kinner said: 'It's exciting to be involved in this project and I'm delighted that through the sponsorship we can give something back to the community.'

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