The Appeal Of An Invitation

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Like a handshake at a business meeting, the invitation is the first impression of any event. Can an invitation set a tone of success for an event?One of our clients thinks so…
 
Dear Francisco, My heavens, where do I begin to thank you for the miracle that occurred at the Star of Hope, Haute for Hope Celebrity Luncheon and Fashion Show? And it was a miracle! We raised $205,750 for the children living in our shelters. That’s more than double our anticipated goal. The invitations Tribe Design created were lovely, and helped to bring in this bonanza. The show was a slam dunk. Every comment we have received tells a story of a wonderful show and of the infectious enthusiasm exhibited by the participants. And speaking of Star of Hope: we are still walking a few inches off the ground with excitement. Just imagine how many children’s lives are better-brighter, because of this event. It would be nice if there were no poverty, no homelessness, no hunger, and no hopelessness. But I believe God uses these things to make us more compassionate and sharing on the one hand, and more thankful and industrious on the other. Thank you for making it possible for us to raise more than what we had expected for the children living in our shelters. It is such an honor to work with Tribe Design. May the Lord continue to bless you and everything you touch in remembrance of your generosity and friendship.Very Sincerely,
Marilyn Fountain
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