Red, Black, Green, Blue, White, Orange, Silver. Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Jaguar and Co. All kind of colors and sports cars arrived at the PALFINGER headquarters in Bergheim on Saturday, June 9, 2017. The sports car trip in favor of the Salzburg Children’s Cancer Aid took place once again!
Entertainment at PALFINGER
This year again we went to great lengths to see happy children’s faces.
At 9 am the large children’s festival started and offered many different attractions. A lot of fun and joy gave the children, as well as their families, an unforgettable day.
Virtual reality glasses with 3D simulations
Signing session with Thomas Geierspichler
Red Bull Penalty shooting
After a culinary meal at the PALFINGER vital-kitchen, the official donation delivery took place. Hubert Palfinger jun. handed over the donation of 25,000 euros to Heide Janik, chairman of the Salzburg Children’s Cancer Aid. And our little guests, who participated in the children’s drawing contest, were given a PALFINGER game for their artistic masterpieces.
Sports Car Trip and Dreamland
Around noon the actual sports car trip with 56 cars and children as passengers started. The children could enjoy the lake area in Bad Reichenhall in their dream cars and those who were looking for the Dreamworld off the planned route could even enjoy more ;-). The afternoon program then took place at the Hans-Peter Porsche Dreamland in Anger. There, Hans-Peter gave us access to his huge toy collection, which not only accommodates model railways, sheet metal toys, stuffed animals, but also car, plane and ship models.
A big thank you to all our volunteers and Sponsors!
Without the numerous voluntary helpers and sponsors, we could not organize such a great event in favor of the Salzburg Children’s Cancer Aid every year! We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the colleagues who have taken part once again and helped us to put a smile on the faces of the children with cancer. And of course, a big thank you to the sponsors of the event, without them this children’s program would not have been so beautiful!