Held in an incredible marquee at the lakeside area of Birmingham's NEC, we were very proud to celebrate Bentley and Lamborghini Birmingham's 10th Anniversary last Friday.
The event was organised by Contemporary Event Structures; who provided the night with a stunning temporary structure and an incredible firework display; in conjunction with the team at the NEC. Mark Hudson, general manager of Bentley and Lamborghini Birmingham had the following to say:
“Our 10th anniversary party was a huge success. The team at Contemporary Event Structures, in tandem with the NEC, really delivered a top-notch celebratory night for our customers and staff"
Inside the temporary structure attendees were treated to a champagne reception, canapés, ice-sculptures and incredible decoration which included a beautiful blossom tree as a centre piece.
Over 400 people were in attendance; with guests varying from prospective and existing customers to authority members in the automotive industry. Guests were lucky enough to be in the company of some of the best luxury and performance cars that Lamborghini and Bentley currently have to offer, including the Lamborghini Aventador, Bentley Continental GT V8 and the Mulsanne.
The star attractions, however, were the striking new Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 and the world's only Bentley Continental GT3-R. Given by representatives of both of the prestigious brands, attendees were treated to presentations on each of these insatiable cars, highlighting the design features, processes and performance stats of the vehicles. Both of the vehicles filled their respective rooms with presence, adding an exciting new element to the evening.
Later on in the evening the sky was lit up by an unbelievable fireworks display which was set with the stunning lakeside as a backdrop. Once back inside, a DJ set from the brilliant 'Violent Blondes' could be enjoyed into the night. Peter Grant, Dealer Marketing Manager of Bentley Motors UK remarked:
“Expertly executed anniversary event in an unusual but engaging setting at the NEC. The overall impression was of a professional tailored, perfectly judged evening with all elements combining perfectly on the night."