Since the birth of the Fifty Fathoms Fifty Fathoms in 1953, Blancpain has forged an inextricable bond with the sea. Today, in order to deeply fulfill the commitment to protect the ocean and awaken the public’s urgent sense of maintaining this important resource, Blancpain has come to The Forum Shops in Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to pull The curtain of the exhibition of ‘Heart is the Ocean’ was opened. This is also the first stop of this North American tour exhibition.
On January 28th, Mr. Marc Junod, Blancpain’s Global Vice President and Sales Director, and David Gely, North American Brand Manager, attended the opening party of the thematic photography exhibition. VIP guests, friends from all walks of life and journalists.
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, guests were invited to enter the exhibition through a gate similar to the Fifty Fathoms bezel. Here, you can see the underwater scene, and Blancpain’s commitment to protect the global ocean will follow. Blancpain’s association with the underwater world began with the advent of the first Fifty Fathoms Fifty Fathoms watch more than sixty years ago. Because of the Fifty Fathoms watch, Blancpain has established important relationships with many deep-sea pioneers such as scientists, diving experts, and government organizations. These historical sources have given Blancpain the enduring enthusiasm that has made it, as always, support various environmental protection plans, explore, maintain, and defend the major oceans on the planet.
Speaking at a private dinner about the brand’s sea feelings and its mission to help protect the ocean, Mr. Marc Junod said: ‘We work with other marine conservation agencies, such as the National Geographic’s’ primitive ‘Pristine Seas’. We are proud of these outstanding achievements. As the first sponsor of the ‘Original Ocean Survey’, Blancpain has been funding this project for many years, and has achieved real visibility. Results. For example, protected seas have doubled. ‘
Blancpain’s ‘Hearts of the Sea’ Global Touring Photo Exhibition is open to the public from January 26 to February 15, 2016 at the Ancient Roman Shopping Center at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada at 3500 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV.