Burger Boat Company Collaborates with Bentley

Monday, May 15, 2006
A collaboration was formed between Burger Boat Company – Monaco, Bentley-Cannes and HMS, audio visual systems to host a luxury brand Captain’s Happy Hour reception. The event drew nearly 70 guests who were entertained in the Bentley Automobile Showroom. Through the high tech world of HMS and their genius web rigging, attendees were able to view a live virtual tour of the new state-of-the-art Burger Shipyard in Manitowoc with President and CEO of Burger Boat Company, David Ross. “This reception gave us a unique opportunity to showcase our shipyard, the six yacht projects currently underway and share the spirit of Burger via live, real-time internet from halfway around the world,” states Ross.
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