Our onsite team had a great time in Miami at the 16th ViiV Community Summit. Live streaming, stage design, a mobile website, theme design and development, full AV – we do it all! Give us a call, email, or visit to talk about how we can make your meeting a success.
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The theme of the restaurant is Old World Beauty and Early Hollywood; it has a very glamorous feel and the wait staff is always decked out. Everything on the menu is small plates and meant to be shared, but don’t call them Tapas! Tapas are from Spain, Cuchi Cuchi is global. We recommend the Brie en Croûte – fabulous!
Evy (short for Evelyn) is Account Coordinator Adrienne Breznik’s 3-year-old princess. This three year old Black Lab mix was rescued from the Wake County SPCA as a young pup and today her favorite activities include running on the Raleigh greenways and meeting her friends for play dates at the dog park. Don’t let her active personality fool you, she is also known to be sprawled out on the couch for new episodes of Scandal. #TGIT
We had a blast last weekend as the headline sponsor of the 2014 Me Fine Gala! The event was a huge success, raising over $100,ooo for a very worthy charity. We hit the casino tables pretty hard, then CEO Brian Rivers gave a speech to kick off the presentation part of the evening and shared why this charity is so meaningful to him. Then it was auction time and our team bid on and won some great prizes including suite tickets for an upcoming Carolina Railhawks match, a 60″ TV, and an in-home dinner party prepared by a chef!
Again, this is a fantastic cause. We are proud to be associated with the foundation, and proud of the money that was raised at the gala, but these families can always use more help. Please be sure to go to the Me Fine website to learn more about how you can contribute.
The food here is good, but the real draw is the beer! NYBC has multiple microbrew beers that are ‘on the market’. As ‘on the market’ beers become popular their price goes up. If a beer is unpopular the price goes down. Prices change by 25 cents every three minutes, and guests can watch the prices changes in real time on TVs placed around the restaurant. We wish the real Wall St was as cool as this place.
When a child is diagnosed with a critical illness, our sympathies often go straight to the child’s physical pain and their family’s emotional trauma while they deal with treatment necessary to fight the disease. While these feelings are natural and justified, there are other concerns that come along with a situation like this. We all know the direct costs of medical bills can be overwhelming, but there are all kinds of other factors related to the treatment that are just as financially devastating for families. Sometimes one or both parents need to take time away from working to concentrate full time on helping their child recover. Sometimes there are siblings that need to be cared for. Sometimes the best doctors are not in the area, and the family has to relocate so their child can receive the highest quality care.
That’s where the Me Fine Foundation comes in. The foundation was established in 2003 to help people cope with the financial burdens surrounding long term care of children with life threatening diseases without red tape and mountains of paperwork. After the family of a friend found themselves in need several years ago, Centrifuge Media began to donate to the cause and this year, we are proud to be the headline sponsor of the 8th Annual Me Fine Gala. The Gala will be Friday, October 17th at 7:30 PM at Marbles Kids Museum in downtown Raleigh, NC. It will be casino-themed with gaming tables and professional dealers, and there will also be live and silent auctions. Please visit the Gala website for more information on purchasing tickets or donating items to be auctioned.
For those of you that are not in Raleigh, please check out the Me Fine website at www.mefinefoundation.org for other ways you can make a big difference in the lives these children and their families. It is amazing what just a small contribution can do!