After Stefan Bögl's ceremonial speech, the participants enjoyed the specially baked anniversary cake. Yes, how time passes - one thinks it was only yesterday, one could hear from many alumni. Although they are no longer employed, everyone was very enthusiastic about how rapidly and well the group of companies has developed over the past few years. Nevertheless, some are more than happy that they can now enjoy their well-deserved retirement.
Back to the roots
How did it actually start with the "Pensioners Club" and what is on the annual programme today? The Max Bögl Rentner-Club was founded in 1993 in the premises of IKK classic in Neumarkt i. d. OPf. by Walter Rackl, then chairman of the works council. Josef Pröbstle took over the chairmanship and led the Pensioners' Club for around ten years. For the first eight years, the "Mittlere Gans" in Neumarkt i. d. OPf served as the first clubhouse for the members. Then they moved to the Sportheim in Holzheim, where the 20th anniversary was celebrated years ago. After Josef Pröbstle, Josef Lehmeier headed the club until Walter Rackl took over the chairmanship in 2006. The current deputy is Theo Bäuml, Adolf Meier is the treasurer.
Lots going on throughout the year
Today the Max Bögl Rentner-Club comprises about 100 members who meet regularly once a month on the second Wednesday (dates are always in the daily newspapers) for mutual exchange. The varied programme always includes the traditional Kesselfleisch meal at the beginning of the year, the Mother's Day party and 1 to 3-day excursions in summer. During the excursions the alumni visited one or two Max Bögl construction sites near and far from home, such as the DC Tower 1 in Vienna or our partner company Bögl a Krýsl in the Czech Republic. In autumn we will visit the Neumarkter Volksfest together, while the Christmas party will bring the year to a close in a contemplative atmosphere. At the regular meetings in the clubhouse, numerous speakers from associations and politicians keep pensioners up to date with lectures on current health and legal issues. Altogether a multicolored program with active exchange and beautiful trips - simply mad, so the Max B?gl pensioners unanimously.
Young talent is very welcome
The Pensioners' Club, above all the Executive Board, would be very pleased if the new Max Bögl pensioners would also find their way into the club. For a registration or for questions you can turn gladly to the chairman Walter Rackl under telephone 0175 4124443. The Max Bögl Group wishes its pensioners all the best, an eventful year and lots of fun in the Max Bögl Pensioners' Club. And of course a well-deserved retirement!