Matějovský Celebrates With VEBA

- 30. 6. 2012, Broumov, Czech Republic -

Invited by a partner company, VEBA, textilní závody a.s. (textile manufacturer), Michal Matějovský took part in the magnificent 20th anniversary celebrations hold in Broumov, CZ, in attractive rooms in the hotel complex VEBA. All-day programme was presented by Michaela Ochotská and Václav Tittelbach, Czech news readers. The morning was mostly devoted to children. They could see a theatrical performance "Pohádky z Dobráčkova"(Fairy Tales from Do-Gooders'Village), next Dáda Patrasová' entertaining children's show, around the noon it was young boxers from the BOXING CLUB BROUMOV who presented their skills, finally, in the morning programme performed a Broumov's pop-rock band called MASTERPIECE.

Prior to Michal Matějovský's autograph signing, the afternoon programme included Michaela Ochotská and Václav Tittlebach's chat with Michal Matějovský. With visitors, he shared the latest news about his driving season, the most exciting seemed the one on his debut start, which is being prepared now, in the CZECH TRUCK PRIX in Most, CZ, but also about the approaching International Circuit Car Racing Championship of the Czech Republic he will enter too. Michal yet brought to Broumov his racing machine, AUDI A4 DTM, category DTM, in which he became this championship vice-champion last year. Finally, he signed his autograph for visitors just next to his car.

The Benjamin Band, a family band in Scottish folk costumes playing punk rock music, followed by a famous singer, Petr Kolář and his band, performed in the afternoon programme completed by the company VEBA's director, M.Sc. Josef Novák's speech. He summarised the successful development of the company since 1992, the year it was established, and indicated the future development strategy. The excellent weather brought out welcoming atmosphere thus hundreds of content visitors could peacefully watch the rich programme arranged by the company VEBA's staffs. The celebrations were crowned by a party in the hotel Manor House with the 1930s and 1940s dance and swing music provided by the Blue Star band.



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