Chino, CA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014
The Bertolini family started building premium hospitality seating over 50 years ago for such household names as Disneyland. Today Bertolini Inc. provides that same tradition of world-class quality banquet chair manufacturing in the most elegant, comfortable and durable stackable hospitality seating available. “Bertolini has been supplying Disney theme parks for over 30 years. We are very excited to be chosen as their banquet chair supplier for one of their busiest event locations,” says Jeff Sladick, Director of Sales, Hospitality & Design.
Epcot Theme Park is the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida. It opened as Epcot Center on October 1, 1982, and spans 300 acres. Celebrating the human spirit, Epcot has 2 distinct realms: Future World, which features technological innovations, and World Showcase, which provides guests with the culture and cuisine of 11 countries.
The Hospitality & Design banquet chair that was chosen for the Epcot Theme Park is the Model Titan ZM 91610. The Titan ZM (Zero Maintenance) banquet chair 91610 features the Flex-Fit™ seat and the Fit-Tight™ fastening system with BosScrew™ technology to ensure that there will not be any loose screws on the floor missing from the chairs. The Flex-Fit™ seat’s contoured S-shape saddle with high resiliency 3 lb. foam cushioning and rolled front for all day comfort. A back popping off is not a concern with the Dura-Lock II back that features great looks and their metal-to-metal Quad-lock Tinnerman and rivet system for rock solid construction that never separates. The Titan ZM has the industry’s strongest banquet chair frame with a radius 16 gauge 1010 cold rolled steel with integrated solid Torsion Bar System. Last but not least, the frame finish offers an Ultra-Durable Powder-coat electrostatically applied and baked at over 400 degrees, saltwater tested to over 800 hours.
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