On Friday, Village Automotive Group Chairman Ray Ciccolo donated a Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV all-electric vehicle to Boston Fire Department Commissioner Jack Dempsey for training purposes. Wake him up!

  • Boston MA – May 6: BFD Commissioner Jack Dempsey has his photo taken driving an all-electric Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV that was donated to the Boston Fire Department for training purposes by the President of the Village Automotive Group Ray Ciccolo at his Allston dealership on May 6, 2022 Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Reba Saldanha/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

  • Boston MA - May 6: An all-electric Recharge XC40 SUV...

    Boston MA – May 6: A Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV all-electric vehicle is given to Commissioner Jack Dempsey on behalf of the Boston Fire Department for training purposes by Village Automotive Group President Ray Ciccolo at his Allston dealership on May 6 2022 Boston, Massachusetts. Pictured from left are FF Dan Murphy, Jesse O’Connor, Ray Ciccolo, State Representative Kevin Honan, Commissioner Jack Dempsey, Lt. Ryan Wilson and FF Paul O’Brien. (Photo by Reba Saldanha/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

  • Boston MA - May 6: An all-electric Recharge XC40 SUV...

    Boston MA – May 6: A Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV all-electric vehicle is given to Commissioner Jack Dempsey, right, on behalf of the Boston Fire Department for training purposes by Village Automotive Group President Ray Ciccolo at his home Allston dealer on May 6, 2022 Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Reba Saldanha/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

  • Boston MA - May 6: An all-electric Recharge XC40 SUV...

    Boston MA – May 6: A Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV all-electric vehicle is given to Commissioner Jack Dempsey on behalf of the Boston Fire Department for training purposes by Village Automotive Group President Ray Ciccolo at his Allston dealership on May 6 2022 Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Reba Saldanha/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

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