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Audi celebrates centenary with G-LEC Phantom 30





On the 16th and 17th October, Audi organized in Neckarsulm a weekend of activities packed with highlights to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the company. Joining in the celebrations, as the auto manufacturer with the four rings in its logo let its hair down, and making a significant contribution to the events and entertainment equipment deployed for the festivities were impression and impression Laser luminaires from GLP.

The car manufacturer presented on both days a diverse and colourful programme of activities for its employees. In the “Experience Audi Forum” guests were informed and entertained by a combination of exhibits and music – the latter inter alia from mundArtmonika, Susie Who and Queensberry. On the Friday evening, DJ Tom Novy was on hand to get party guests into the mood for dancing.

Martin Kuhn, who was responsible for the lighting design in the Audi Forum, deployed there a screen with thirty-eight G-LEC Phantom 30 Frames and set thereby with the following party DJ Tom Novy in scene. Also hundred eight impression and eight impression Laser were used in the Audi Forum. The lighting equipment was supplied by BTS Medientechnik GmbH of Landsham and Conrad Licht + Rigging Support of Bergkirchen.

The centenary festivities also included a large number of activities in the centre of Neckarsulm. The Audi Big Band, for example, played in the marketplace on the Saturday. A number of other bands were also playing live, and there was street theatre and a cavalcade featuring the Audis of yesteryear – each a masterpiece of vehicle design – to delight the city’s inhabitants and employees of the company. In the Hafenstrasse, Audi served up a special treat: there DTM (German Touring Car Championship) fans could witness pit stop demonstrations and chat with the drivers.

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