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Eyeflow Internet Marketing CEO and area entrepreneur Phil Laboon is turning his bad luck into something a bit more positive by teaming up with Surgicorps International to host LemonAID, a fundraising event for the organization.
When asked about his inspiration for the event, Laboon replied “Bad things happen, but nothing I experience will ever be equal to the obstacles these kids face each day of their lives.”
The goal for LemonAID is to raise $50,000 -- the average cost of a medical mission.
General Admission is $75.
RSVP: Friday, August 22nd
Each ticket is fully tax-deductible and includes food, open bar and entertainment provided by DJ Eric Schiemer.
...providing vodka and mixologists to shake up signature cocktails!
Sponsorships start at $150 and include tickets and recognition benefits.
Don't miss the Chance Auctions with prizes like Steelers tickets, lunch with Mayor Bill Peduto, jewelry from Henne Jewelers, SMS Services for your business, Studio Booth gift basket, vacation home in Orlando and more.
Prizes are valued over $50,000!
Donations are fully tax-deductible and all proceeds will benefit Surgicorps.
Since its incorporation as a 501(c)(3) organization in 1994, Surgicorps has conducted 65 missions, visited 18 countries and 4 continents and completed more than 4,000 surgeries.
“Phil’s determination to make something good out of his bad luck inspires all of us at Surgicorps. For 20 years, our volunteers have been making a positive impact on a global scale through life-changing operations,” stated Surgicorps founder Jack Demos, “We applaud Phil’s inspiration for LemonAID: “When life gives you a lemon…do something with it!” We’re honored to be the beneficiary organization of this event.”
Indviduals and businesses can add to the event and their visibility by donating to the silent and chance auctions. Interested in sponsorships or ready to make an auction donation? -- contact Anna Doering at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-352-0365.
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Surgicorps International is a 501 (c) (3) organization and all gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. In accordance with IRS regulations, no goods or services were received for this contribution. A copy of the official registration and financial information for Surgicorps International may be obtained from the PA Department of State by calling 717-783-1720, or toll-free within Pennsylvania 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
W.G. Tomko, Inc. is a premier, full service mechanical contractor providing reliable, efficient, and outstanding service from project bidding to on-time completion. Areas of operation include Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., and New York. W.G. Tomko works with owners to provide design/build, cost conscious projects focusing on energy saving techniques and green technologies, all while maintaining a safe work environment.
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