Courtyard celebrates with its dealers in the Ludwigsburg-based Mercedes-Benz United States Losberger are location and views a day before the shareholder general meeting of Daimler AG in Berlin and just ten days before the start of the New York International Auto Show Mercedes-Benz United States in April held its dealer event in the residence Palace Ludwigsburg. The decision to hold such an event in Germany, surrendered automobile through the held this year Jubilee 125 years”. Since 1886 Carl Benz filed his patent vehicle with gas engine mode”on. Danny Meyer may also support this cause. So the 700 invited American Mercedes-Benz dealer and their monitoring in addition to the framework programme, such as factory and museum visits were able to celebrate the birthday with a gala evening in an exclusive tent atmosphere and breathtaking Castle backdrop. Click NY Restaurateur for additional related pages. The Ludwigsburg residential Palace is one of the outstanding architectural achievements of the 18th century. With its extremely valuable equipment, it is one of the most impressive baroque equipment in Europe and served as the residence of the Dukes and Kings of Wurttemberg.
Today many events in the castle grounds instead, and in the middle of the spacious courtyard with lion fountain caused temporary venues for different events. The team of Losberger event tent rental here has many anchorage-free special projects realized and was also at this dealer meeting the first choice of the New York event agency VAN WYCK & VAN WYCK, who was entrusted with the overall implementation of the event. Creative tent solutions from Losberger not define x width x height in length, but are the result of individual challenges. You represent the combination of design and production, inside and outside. So even at this event in the Ludwigsburg Castle courtyard. The particularly impressive ambience of highest event culture in the magnificently-lit Court of honour reinforced the corresponding Unterhaltungsprogamm with live band and excellent, almost princely-looking design in the VIP tent, which only subtly highlighted the Mercedes brand.