The CEO and President of Lamborghini Jorge Antonio Fernandez Garcia and Pavlos Pissanos.
ATHENS – The CEO and President of Lamborghini for Latin America Jorge Antonio Fernandez Garcia, accompanied by his Technical Director Harald Sauer, the businessman George Staikos and the journalist Lena Kyropoulos visited the home of Pavlos Pissanos and Evangelia Daniel in Old Psychiko.
The purpose of the visit was a proposal of cooperation between the President of Lamborghini and the company Heptapolis – Trilogy AMKE on issues of Sponsorships, Subsidies and Investments in the projects “Heptapolis – Trilogy, the Vision of Delphi”.
It should be noted that the protagonists of the struggle to promote the idea of building all three cities in Delphi are the Mayor of Delphi Mr. Panagiotis Tagalis, the Deputy Mayor Mr. Efstathios Matzoros and the President of the Board of the Municipal Unit of Desfina Mr. Charalambos Kalliakoudas.
Based on the idea that Lamborghini, which is one of the most expensive cars in the world, has a regular clientele of the richest people on the planet who buy cars from this company, Antonio Fernandez, who declared himself enchanted by the Vision of Delphi, asked for the Trilogy’s marketing to be represented in all Latin American countries.
The names of money moguls, as well as leading political figures, who are friends of Antonio Fernandez, convinced Paul Pisano that his collaboration with the Latin American owner of Lamborghini promises a strong future for the projects of Heptapolis.
At Lamborghini’s offices in Mexico, all the Blue Pages, Work Books and Videos of the three cities of Heptapolis are already in place, concerning the Marketing, Sponsorships, Grants and Investments of the projects, and an appointment has been set for mid-January next year to hold the first presentation of Heptapolis in Mexico by Paul Pissanos and Antonio Fernandez before representatives of several financial giants who will be in direct contact with one of the largest and most ambitious investment projects in the entire world.
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