Towbin Fiat honored valley’s moms on Mother’s Day

Towbin Fiat of Las Vegas, the newest dealership in the Towbin Automotive Group, celebrated Mother’s Day with a “May Soirée Sales Event” to showcase the four-door Fiat 500L. The event was held at the dealership at 2550 S. Jones Blvd., south of Sahara Avenue.

Each mom who put the pedal to the metal with a Fiat 500L test drive received a rose and a voucher for a complimentary “messy sundae” from Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza.

Also receiving sundaes were anyone who donated spring and summer clothing to benefit The Shade Tree, to assist less fortunate moms in the Las Vegas Valley.

Family gift certificates to Sammy’s were given to those who purchased a Fiat 500L during the event.

Sammy’s has five locations throughout Las Vegas and Henderson, including one around the corner from Towbin Fiat of Las Vegas at 6500 W. Sahara Ave.

The 2014 Fiat 500L is a winner of the 2013 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick and available in four models, including the Pop, Easy, Trekking and Lounge, each with more upgrades than the previous model.

This four-door version of the Italian car is equipped with plenty of leg room and space for the kids, the family dog and the groceries it takes to feed them all, said Fiat of Las Vegas co-owner Josh “Chop” Towbin.

“Around the dealership, we actually refer to the Fiat 500L as the ‘FIAT 500 Limo’ because of its incredible leg room and spaciousness. Once you see it, you’ll believe it,” he said.

Towbin Fiat of Las Vegas is open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 702-900-3428.

Towbin Automotive is the largest provider of Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Rams and Fiats in Nevada and the only automotive group to offer Aston Martin, Bentley and Rolls Royce in Las Vegas.

For more information on Towbin Automotive and its dealerships, visit or follow them on Twitter at @TowbinLasVegas or like them on Facebook at


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