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Petra Nemcova Spreads Her Wings As U By Uniworld’s Newly Named ‘Guardian Angel’

August 3, 2017 River Cruising No Comments Email Email

U by Uniworld, the new brand from Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection offering immersive, authentic and adventurous travel for 21-45-year-olds, has selected Petra Nemcova, model and noted philanthropist, as the brand’s ‘Guardian Angel.’ Petra will join competition winners on the invitation-only “Sneak Peek” U sailing this October.

Commenting on the selection of a ‘Guardian Angel’ for the brand, Fiona Dalton, Managing Director of Uniworld Australia said it simply proves U by Uniworld as a game-changer. “Rather than following the traditional ‘Godmother’ path for each ship, we’ve decide to pave our own way and it’s a concept that will make history. Petra is the perfect representative of our new brand; she’s smart, ambitious and has a kind adventurous spirit. As a former Victoria’s Secret model, Petra is, of course, well-versed as an ‘Angel’.”

Petra Nemcova and Alangalang students, Happy Hearts Fund

With a Paris to Paris itinerary and invitation-only guest list featuring top social influencers, media and contest winners, agents lucky enough to join the debut celebration launch in October will fully experience U, with a mix of the best onboard and onshore “U Time” experiences. To enter, travel agents ages 21-45 must create and post a 30 second video to the U by Uniworld Facebook page sharing how they are going to sell U, tagging #ImGonnaSellU to their post.  Uniworld’s internal Advisory Board will vote on the final winners from entries with the most likes on Facebook. Selected content will be featured on ubyuniworld.com.  Entries will be accepted now through August 15, 11:59PM.  The voting process will take place between August 16-22, and the winners will be announced August 23.

Ahead of its launch and in celebration of its new Guardian Angel, U by Uniworld will also support the Happy Hearts Fund, an organization founded by Petra following her harrowing experience during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami to rebuild safe, resilient schools in areas impacted by natural disasters.  The non-profit is now active in 10 countries around the world and has helped rebuild more than 160 schools and assisted nearly 100,000 students in getting back to school following natural disasters.

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