If you’re not familiar with Indiana Chamber member Interactive Intelligence, it’s a remarkably successful business communications software provider based in Indianapolis. But it’s also a company with a social conscience. Through its foundation, the company raises funds for local not-for-profit organizations including the Julian Center, Save the Children and FIRST, each selected annually by the company’s board, based on projects that promote technology education to targeted at-risk youth. One of the main sources of revenue for the foundation is the Annual Interactive Intelligence Foundation Auction Gala. The company relays:
On Saturday, September 24, the Interactive Intelligence Foundation will hold its 1st Annual Interactive Intelligence Foundation Auction Gala at the JW Marriott Indianapolis.The goal of the event is to bring together numerous Indianapolis corporations, Interactive Intelligence employees and volunteers who will join together to assist in fostering life improvement for at-risk youth.
With an estimated attendance of over 200 attendees, enjoy a fun evening of entertainment, a live and silent auction and much more! The Interactive Intelligence Foundation Auction Gala provides not only an opportunity to support a great cause, but is also a great marketing opportunity for local businesses and is a powerful way to advertise while helping those in need.
Items up for bid include: a Vegas vacation featuring a stay at a five-star hotel, tickets to Cirque du Soleil, limo transportation and a helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon; a Sugarland autographed guitar; a party at the Rathskeller for 25 people; four-course meal with complimentary red and white wine for up to 10 guests in the JW Marriott’s private dining room in Osteria Pronto; several golf packages; an elephant behind-the-scenes experience including a painting at the Indianapolis Zoo, and more.
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Event highlights include a reception, three-course dinner, the auction, and live entertainment provided by Fingertrip.