The Greenville Chamber of Commerce, with headline partner Innovation First International, will host their annual auction on July 27, 2019. This year’s theme will be Chamber-opoly and will include games and prizes centered around the popular Monopoly board game.
A portion of the proceeds from this auction will go to support the Non-Profit of the Year Award through the Greenville Chamber Foundation, making donations a tax-deductible contribution. Last year, the award went to CASA of Hunt County. CASA retains volunteer advocates for children in the foster care system who have come mainly from abusive homes. Last year, CASA in Hunt County had 184 new children who entered the system. The funds from the award were used to purchase work stations which included desks, chairs, computers and printers for their 66 volunteers who advocate for about 200 children in our area.
There are three ways anyone or any business may participate. One, turn in auction items by 4 p.m. on Friday to the Chamber office, 2713 Stonewall. Two, purchase $50 tickets or additional partnerships to secure your attendance. And three, attend the event and purchase items that have been donated in support of our cause while enjoying music, food and fun.
This event is also key to funding the operational needs of your Chamber. This year, we have more partners supporting this event with us than ever before including: Innovation First International, Nissan Of Greenville, Greenville Hyundai, Solvay, RE/MAX 3D Real Estate, Greenville Board of Development, Alliance Bank, MidSouth Bank, Cornerstone Insurance, Family First Home Health, Capital Title of Texas, FEC, & many more. For a complete list, go to the event page at greenvillechamber.com.
For those wanting additional information or to make a straight donation to the event, call the Chamber at 903-455-1510, email Shelley Corrales at email@example.com, or visit greenvillechamber.com under the events tab.
The auction is set for Saturday, July 27, from 5-9 p.m. at Emerald Ballroom, 2316 Johnson Street in Downtown Greenville.