During his visit to Santo Antonio do Monte, where Marcio Alaor grew up and spent his childhood, an inauguration ceremony took place. The town decided to honor Marcio Alaor by the naming the food court at the agricultural exposition center after him. The food court is now officially called Food Court Alaor Marcio Araujo.
Town leaders praised Marcio Alaor BMG for his generous donations to the town. Politicians described him as helping his hometown because he genuinely cared about the place he grew up. He did not help the town and its people and expected favors in return. The banker
holds Santo Antonio do Monte, a town of about 20,000 in Brazil’s vast countryside dear to his heart and has not turned a blind eye to the towns problems and needs.
Marcio Alaor thanked the the town leaders and its people for the commencement ceremony and the square named after him. A plaque was also constructed that describes his good deeds and success story at the food court that now bears his name. During the ceromony, Marcio Alaor described his childhood at Santo Antonio Monte. He started out working as a shoe shine boy. He had very humble beginnings. Through hard work Marcio has become a very successful and rich man who works at one of Brazil’s top banks. Marcio Alaor pledged that he would do more for his birthplace and return once more. The full article on Marcio Alaor’s visit to and inauguration ceremony at Santo Antonio do Monte was originally published on the Brazilian magazine Noticias R7 and can be read in full there.