Saturday the delivery to the Red Cross of the vehicle purchased by the owners of the Mini Motor in the sign of Gianfranco Franceschini and his wife
A new ambulance to remember a missing contractor. The inauguration next Saturday at 18 in Piazza Garibaldi in Bagnolo, in front of the town hall. A new ambulance for the local Red Cross donated by Andrea and Lorella Franceschini, owners of Mini Motor, a company founded by his father Gianfranco, who died last October. Just to remember the late entrepreneur, in addition to his wife Anna Mazzini, the children decided to make this generous gesture.
“In the years of our parents’ illness – say Andrea and Lorella – we have repeatedly needed the Red Cross. For this reason we thought of a new ambulance equipped for emergencies to be allocated to the local community”. Saturday afternoon will be present at the ribbon cutting also the owners of Mini Motor Bagnolo, the mayor Gianluca Paoli, the managers of the local Red Cross, in addition to Roberta Anceschi representing Unindustria. A donation in memory of Gianfranco Franceschini, who died a few months ago at the age of 87, founder of the company in 1965. The Mini Motor brand was born then in 1974, when the production was now oriented in a decisive way to the electric motors for the industrial sector and to metal and electricity, adding also electronics and computer science.
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