On Saturday, May 25th, Bonomi Industries opened the doors of its headquarters in Mazzano (BS) – Italy to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the company, founded in 1954 by Silvio Bonomi and his brother Oreste. This significant event was attended by about 400 people, including employees, their families, retirees, and other guests, invited by Luciano and Sandro Bonomi for a family day day full of fun and convivial moments.

The celebration took place in the afternoon, from 3 PM until late evening, featuring numerous activities designed to entertain the participants, both adults and children: comedy shows, music, a dedicated children's playground, a photo-booth to capture the day's moments, and a catering service that delighted guests with a variety of culinary delights.

Additionally, during the day, participants had the opportunity to explore the facility on a little electric train, closely observing the expansion of production area and new investments in cutting-edge machinery and innovative technologies.

Visitors also enjoyed the lottery and the virtual distribution of trees that contribute to the Bonomi Industries’ Forest in Kenya, in partnership with Treedom®. A particularly important moment was dedicated to the memory of the founder, Silvio Bonomi, whose vision made the company’s birth and growth possible. In his honor, his sons Luciano and Sandro announced the launch of a scholarship for the children of the company employees, thus continuing to support and value the community that has always been at the heart of Bonomi Industries’ commitment.  

This is the first company anniversary we celebrate without our father”, Sandro Bonomi said from the stage during the celebration, “and we are proud to honor his memory by launching this scholarship entitled to him. We hope it will motivate the new generations that prepare themselves to live actively the future of our community.

Luciano Bonomi added: “In memory of our father, we like to remind all the young (and the not so young) that study and dedication are still today, and will continue to be in the future, the main path to personal fulfillment. Our father had to drop out of middle school, because he was orphaned and needed to take care of his younger brothers and sisters. He obtained his professional diploma through correspondence school, applying the theory he learned to his daily work every day. The opportunity to achieve one’s individual aspirations, while respecting others and venturing off the path that seems already marked by fate, is a great freedom that our children deserve and should freely pursue with peace of mind.

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