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THE PARTY was a great success!

May 17, 2017

On Friday, May 12, 2017, at the historic Windsor Station in Montreal, the Italian-Canadian Community Foundation’s 32nd Governors’ Ball, a.k.a. THE PARTY, took place with great success. The event was organized under the presidency and innovative vision of Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.

Newly branded as THE PARTY, this was the first time a Governors’ Ball was held in the spring rather than in the fall, an adaptation proposed by Mr. Imbriglio. The evening served as a celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Leonardo da Vinci Centre and to raise awareness about the Unitas initiative, as well as a symbolic rebirth for the Foundation. The goal was to bridge the gap between the older and the younger generations and to engage the new generation of leaders. This change was felt immensely, with waves of giddy excitement electrifying the sold-out crowd, floral patterns on bright display and a trendy incorporation of social media.

The FCCI also took this prestigious opportunity to introduce two New Governors: Me Richard Laramée (Partner, Kaufman Laramée), John Marcovecchio (Chief Executive Officer, Magil Contruction Canada); and four Successors: Franco De Lauri (Owner and President, Elio Pizzeria and Buffet Anna Maria), Rosario Ruggeri Jr. (Vice-President, Miracle Entretien D’Immeubles), Mark-Anthony Serri (Managing Director, Mid-Market M&A, Royal Bank of Canada), Marco Tozzi (Vice-President, Les Entreprises Laurentien Électrique).

Click here to see the Unitas video

Click here
 to see the photo slideshow

Click here to see the social media booth photos and GIFs

Click here to see the media wall photos

Click here to see the report of the event by Telelatino

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