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Help needed! Connect us to auction items for Peak Potential
23 Sep
2019
By 2020Visionquest
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A copper bracelet sitting on a small stand“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.”
–John Holmes

This is it. Our tenth and final Peak Potential Dinner and Auction event is coming up. Attendees are lining up wonderfully to make the event, sponsors have generously laid the foundation for success, and our team is working hard to polish the final details–but our auction could benefit from a little love and support.

Yellow crystal earrings in front of a sign describing themSince this is our grand finale, we hope you’ll help us by donating an item or even referring us to a place where we might inquire about such a donation and we’ll happily make the outreach.

Many types of items have been successful in the past. Experiences always rank highest in the live auction venue and unique crafted items have been commonly known to cause a bidding war. Jewelry and spirits have become competitive like few other items and we appreciate all the many gifts which have helped us support our charitable mission through the years.

A baseball signed by Red Sox player Xander Bogaerts on a small stand in front of a sign describing itSee more suggestions for auction items here.

Now is the critical time to receive donations to fill out the event in a way that will reach the hearts of our attendees and inspire their giving as well as to ensure they depart the event with something to make the evening positive in yet another way.

We have received quality support for many years to ensure the silent auction and live auctions vault our event to higher success, and we are hoping this year will be our best yet.

A New Hampshire-themed gift basket with items like maple candy, maple syrup, and strawberry jamTime is running out for us to gather these items and prepare for our big event on November 23, so please consider making the outreach today!

Thank you to our many donors for many years and especially this, our last time for this event.

Be well,
Randy Pierce

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