Blanco was another generous sponsor of BlogTour Cologne, making the trip so special. Blanco gave the group one of its first impressions of Cologne, hosting an incredible evening and dinner on the first night at the German Museum of Olympic and Sport. With lit torches out front, this incredible museum embodies a relaxed contemporary environment for an impressive collection of sports history. Everybody loves the Olympics, right?
The museum has interactive areas mixed throughout the exhibit. Alexandra Williams , above, experienced the wind tunnel simulation, as seen from both directions. The faster one pedals the stronger the wind~
Lori Dolnick braves the balance beam — in the middle of the exhibit loaded with relics, great stories, old photography, and much to learn. The museum is gorgeous and so much fun.
Blanco then wined and dined us exquisitely. We got to meet the Blanco team and some of Blanco’s Design Council, top kitchen designers from the US. From left to right: Todd Vendituoli, Veronika Miller of Modenus,Tina Ramchandani ,Sarah Sarna , Courtney Price, Katie Treggiden, Christy Emens of Blanco, Jamie Gold, Kelly Morisseau, Frank Straub- Blanco Chairman of the Board
Blanco was so good to us. They even included us in their press breakfast the next morning, where we got the sneak peek of their latest products which are VERY exciting. More to come on that so stay tuned… that’s a whole separate post!
Thank you, Blanco for being a sponsor, and for your gracious hospitality.
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Tina Ramchandani says
Fabulous pictures! Love the one of Lori on the balance beam!
Ha! tk you Tina!
Sarah Sarna says
Awesome post! I love the collage and that you included one of our favorite guests, the very charming Mr. Frank Straub!!
Yes, nice to have met him!
Those gymnasts make that balance beam look so easy. I love your photos; you’re so skilled. I wish I’d met Frank Straub too! That dinner was truly memorable.
Alexandra, somewhere there is a photo of you rowing a boat that I never saw~~ you are in all museum night posts as BlogTour athletic director!!