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CLOTHES MAKE PEOPLE: In a tailored suit at ball level

08.09.2016 | 16:17 Clock | People
CLOTHES MAKE PEOPLE: In a tailored suit at ball level
CLOTHES MAKE PEOPLE: In a tailored suit at ball level

Franco Lionti (49) is an employee of Eintracht Frankfurt. He does not take corners, free kicks or penalties, yet he is an important part of the Bundesliga team. Lionti works in block 41 of the arena and ensures that the players can concentrate on the round leather without exception. He washes up to 10 machines per unit in the winter and often three times a day with socks, pants, jerseys, towels, flocks the jerseys, cleans shoes and screws on cleats. "Especially in preparation for the season, when training camps involve training up to three times a day or when Eintracht travels to away games, my colleagues and I are responsible for ensuring that everything is perfectly prepared, the right cleats are on for every weather condition and the players always appear in fresh, clean outfits," says the native Sicilian.

Franco Lionti normally wears the sportswear and sneakers of Eintracht's equipment supplier in his job. Only rarely does the fashion-conscious Italian have the opportunity to dress really smartly. Now he has a tailor-made suit in his wardrobe, as Lionti is one of the twelve models in 2016 who have extraordinary jobs and are photographed by Nikita Kulikov in a tailor-made suit.

The kit attendant has opted for a dark blue tailor-made suit with striking white checks. Fittingly, the fabric is by the fine Italian weaver Barberis. "The campaign by tailor Stephan Görner and PR professional Sven Müller stands for recognition, appreciation and respect for professional groups and for the people who practice these professions," says Stephan Görner. To the Charity Gala on 12 November, under the patronage of Volker Bouffier and many well-known guests from the ranges politics, Showbusiness, culture and the sport, a yearly calendar with all twelve motives appears, which is handed out to the guests. Also to Franco Lionti, because he is the guest of honor on this evening with star guest Paul Potts and of course wears his new chic tailor-made suit. (Text: Sven Müller PR & Live Communications)

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