Camargo Corrêa Group celebrates 2012 with Milton Gonçalves and Paralamas do Sucesso

Friday, December 07, 2012 - 18:58
Festa reuniu profissionais de todas as empresas do Grupo Festa reuniu profissionais de todas as empresas do Grupo

The 2012 social event of Camargo Corrêa Group gathered on Wednesday, December 5, professionals from all companies of the group, with the presence of actor Milton Gonçalves and performance by band Paralamas do Sucesso.

The event, which took place at Via Funchal, started with a good-humored presentation by actor Milton Gonçalves, who emphasized the responsible work of the Group, a leader of sustainable development in the regions where it operates in Brazil and abroad.

Vitor Hallack, president of the Board of Directors of Camargo Corrêa S.A., stressed in his speech the example of the employees who completed 25 and 30 years of work at Camargo Corrêa Group in 2012. "They are an example of personal effort, talent and determination which, I'm sure, will be an inspiration for the future generations", he said.

This year, homage was paid to 161 employees of Alpargatas, Arrossensal, Construtora Camargo Corrêa, CSC, InterCement and Tavex.


Band Paralamas do Sucesso took the stage right after the speech, led by Hebert Vianna, playing the songs that made them so well-known in over three decades of history. The band recalled songs like "Meu Erro", "Melô do Marinheiro", "Vital e sua Moto", "Lanterna dos Afogados", among other classics of the national rock.

Zero carbon emission

The celebration will have 100% of its carbon emissions offset. The commitment involves quantification and offset of all emissions of CO2, a gas that damages the ozone layer, produced by the teams that assembled and organized the event, through the purchase of carbon credits from socioenvironmental projects certified by the Neutral Event Program of Eccaplan.

The program's methodology complies with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG ), one of the most recognized in the world.


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