Callum attends Trosnant Junior School in Havant, Hampshire and writes a regular automotive page – ‘Callum’s Cars’ – for his school newspaper, ‘The Trosnant Times’. Callum, a confirmed car fanatic from an early age, took the initiative to write to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars CEO, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, requesting an interview for the newspaper.
Callum Jeffrey spent a day touring the company’s head office and manufacturing plant, interviewing key Rolls‑Royce personnel across the business, including the Bespoke design team, product specialists, skilled craftsmen and women and, of course, the Rolls-Royce CEO. He was also able to see how the world’s leading super luxury cars are hand built, each to specific customer order.
Andrew Ball, Corporate Communications Manager and Callum’s host for the day, said, “It was a pleasure to meet Callum and I was impressed by his professionalism. He is undoubtedly a talented young man and I have no doubt that he has a bright future in the exciting world of automotive journalism.”
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