Marcio Alaor of Banco BMG is Supported By His city

Marcio Alaor was inaugurated on August 24, 2014 in the 33rd edition of Expose Samonte. Alaor has always been a great supporter of the city, especially the rural sector, and this inauguration is representative of the very close relationship he has with his homeland and an attention to his countrymen that transcends the barrier of distance.

Local officials were present to witness the honor and made it a point to convey the importance of the city relying on the support of one of the biggest executives in Brazil. Alaor shows his love for his country through his service as contributor to the executive vice president of a large bank like BMG, opens numerous doors and displays the strength of Santo Antonio do Monte. Even without land favoring agriculture, the municipality managed to become the largest milk producer in the Central West of Minas Gerais. The town achieved a great deal due to the commitment and courage of the field workers and collaboration of people. Even with all the difficulties, citizens like Marcio Alaor never cease to believe in the potential of the city.

According to noticias.r7.com,  as recognition of his services to local company, the executive received a plaque extolling his friendship with everyone in town, recognizing the difficulties faced (especially in the countryside), and highlighting his love for their land. After thanking Alaor for everything he has done and continues to do for the city, the president of the Rural Union, Vilmar Octavian stated that support of the executive is of fundamental importance for the union to continue helping predominantly rural farmers of Santo Antonio do Monte. The mayor, Wilmar Son, stressed the fact that the transformation of what was previously a warehouse used to store grain into a large and essential food court also represented the creation of a place that would certainly be an incentive for many more in the city to continue in the pursuit of their dreams.

Taking the word, Marcio Alaor said that for him, life is not limited to purchasing power and that valuing great friendships is paramount in the effort not to lose a bit of the city’s own essence. Alaor also expressed his gratitude for all the accolades he received in the city during his lifetime, since it is common for people to be honored only after death. He expressed his excitement and honor to have the opportunity to welcome them in life and to have the ability to closely monitor the growth of his homeland. Marcio Alaor ended his speech by entreating citizens to maintain their great love for their homeland and to never lose touch with the love they have toward one another.
Marcio Alaor serves as the director/vice president of Banco BMG. He can be found on Facebook.

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