Bill Clinton took a cultural tour in Altos de Chavon
The former president stayed at the Casa de Campo Resort and visited the Regional Archaeological Museum, Altos de Chavón Church, Museo del Ambar, La Tienda and the craft workshops of ceramics, screen printing and textiles
The former president of the United States, Bill Clinton, visited the Altos de Chavón facilities today, taking a cultural tour of the Regional Archaeological Museum, Altos de Chavón Church, Ambar Museum, La Tienda and the craft workshops of ceramics, screen printing and fabrics.
Clinton was accompanied by Jason Kycek, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Casa de Campo Resort and Rolando González Bunster, entrepreneur and CEO of InterEnergy.
During his visit, he shared with the classic artisan vendors who represent, through his credentials, the Dominican culture, bought sourvenir for his wife, daughter, grandson and office colleagues and finally danced to the rhythm of a “perico ripiao”, typical dance national.
The former US president arrived at Casa de Campo Resort on Thursday was received by the president of Casa de Campo, Andrés Pichardo Rosenberg, who warmly welcomed him to the resort, which has been visited by the former president several times in The last 20 years.
After his arrival, he played a game of Golf in the renowned fields of the Resort, in the company of his friend and villa owner Rolando González Bunster, Roberto Herrera and Bob Mancini also participated.
At nightfall, he enjoyed a dinner at the SBG restaurant, in the Marina de Casa de Campo, where he agreed to greet and take selfies with the attendees.
It is no secret that Bill Clinton is a lover of Casa de Campo Resort and its golf courses. On all visits enjoy playing a game of golf in the Teeth of the Dog course, one of his favorite courses, as indicated.
In addition to Bill Clinton, other international political figures have played golf at Casa de Campo, for example: former US presidents Carter, George W. Bush and George Bush Senior, as well as former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.