100th in Center
An exceptional event to celebrate an equally exceptional anniversary: the 100th anniversary of Bentivoglio Macchine Utensili 1919
The celebrations to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bentivoglio Macchine Utensili 1919 of Torbole Casaglia (BS), a leading company in the trade of new and used machine tools, were held on Saturday 7 September.
In the splendid frames of the cloister of the Diocesan Museum and of Piazza della Loggia in Brescia, Giorgio Bentivoglio invited customers, suppliers and friends for a truly unforgettable evening.
"These 100 years of history are such a big milestone for us that they needed to be celebrated with an equally big event - comments Giorgio Bentivoglio - we want to share with our fellow citizens, friends, customers, suppliers all our enthusiasm for this goal achieved, which represents a new starting point to grow more and more."
Welcome aperitif and dinner in the enchanting cloister of the Diocesan Museum where the numerous guests were able to spend time with Giorgio and his very nice collaborators to exchange a chat in friendship and take photographs in memory of the event; then everyone in Piazza della Loggia to watch the Colorado Night show, one of the most watched comedy shows on TV. Laughter and fun guaranteed by the presence of some of the most famous comedians of television audiences such as Paolo Migoni, Dario Cassini, Gianluca Fubelli and the nice conducting of Paolo Ruffini and Diana Del Bufalo; there are also many Brescians, about 3000, who have witnessed the show offered by Bentivoglio Macchine Utensili 1919 for free.
At the end of the show all the guests moved again to the Diocesan Museum where, in the splendid hall formerly used as a refectory, the evening ended in joy with the cutting of the cake, open bar and disco.
A truly special evening, full of music, laughter and fun, but also in the name of solidarity; in fact donations were collected in favor of the NeMO Clinical Centers, hospitals that deal with financing research and assistance in the field of neuromuscular diseases.
Congratulations to Giorgio and his collaborators.