OTB Salvatore Ferragamo Scoop Up The ‘Corporate Artwork Awards’

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Vogue PATRONS: OTB Group and Salvatore ferragamo belt outlet Belt [http://ferragamoshoesdiscount.authenticfans.com/] Ferragamo scooped up a prize every, as a part of the second version of the "Corporate Artwork Awards," which lauds the synergies between private firms and institutions on art-associated patronage.


The award ceremony passed off in Rome on Wednesday, on the presence of Dario Franceschini, Italian Minister of Cultural Heritage and Actions and Tourism.


OTB, the trend group owned by Renzo Rosso, was bestowed with one of the four particular awards reserved to personal firms. The company was enrolled in this year’s awards after financing the restoration of Venice’s 16th-century iconic Ponte di Rialto bridge. OTB in 2014 had pledged to donate $6.5 million over a three-yr interval and the restoration works have been completed last Spring.


Salvatore ferragamo belt outlet Group was given the particular "Art Bonus" prize, as a reward for the Florentine company’s effort to fund the restoration of the Fountain of Neptune, situated on the central Piazza della Signoria, in Florence. Restoration works — which included the makeover of the fountain’s system as well as its sculptural parts — are imagined to be completed by the top of 2018. The firm donated the sum of $1.7 million.

The Fountain of Neptune in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria. Courtesy Picture.