Living an exemplary project of trainees in the Lokhalle, Gottingen the Hall report seems sober, almost naked. A huge empty area, bounded by barren stone walls with large mullioned Windows. Upstairs, under the roof, some metal Struts, where massive metal hook. Slope the last warm rays of the afternoon sun in this void. Almost a little lost work since the two young, lanky men in jeans and sweatshirts, which hold a briefing here: what do you think we should order a few penguins? “, asks Thomas.
Were a big hit last year.” “Benjamin, his opponent, is sceptical: true, but I must clarify whether it’s still part of the calculation.” “Benjamin Wolff and Thomas Ronker, both early twenties and in the third year of their training as the event Manager, you are right in the middle in the planning of a project, in the Lokhalle, Gottingen, a multi-functional event location in southern Lower Saxony, Germany ten years ago the name ice age” baptized. Since then This Millennium idea of a covered ice rink in the ambience of a real industrial monument every year during winter time ensures plenty of happy people in the region. In the ice age, the penguins would fit very well. Are no living animals, but extremely practical and fun-looking skating helpers that hot sought after not only in children. The special feature of this project: The management leaves the responsibility of the budget planning the trainees for several years until the final melting of ice. What is so obviously works for the spoiled skating visitor result of intense and complex preparation, which applies to the trainees as a kind of baptism by fire for the future profession. The ring tone for a cell phone penetrates through the silence. Benjamin trawls the device from his pocket from a black neck collar dangles on the locomotive sheds logo.