Eventgroove highlights the importance of the Elk Foundation’s efforts
How does Eventgroove give back to the community, support the environment, and express a sense of social responsibility? With a $9,000 donation to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF)!
Lance Trebesch, CEO of Eventgroove, believes businesses should give back to their communities and invest in conservation, reporting, “Eventgroove donates 5% of our annual net income to conservation groups.” For the last 4 years, Eventgroove has provided central on-demand digital printing for the Elk Foundation and its 550 chapters. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, which saves thousands of acres of elk habitat every year, participates in Eventgroove’s 20% Conservation Giveback Initiative, resulting in over $40,000 of donations in 4 years.
This year, Trebesch presented a large, ceremonial check and RMEF’s Annual Elk Camp and Exposition, which took place February 2nd–4th at Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas with over 1,200 volunteers participating in the RMEF Volunteer Fun Night acting as witnesses. Eventgroove also donated a rare special edition Teddy Roosevelt rifle, valued at $5,000, which was raffled off to the volunteers.
Steve Decker, vice president of Marketing for RMEF, calls Eventgroove, “a true partner of the Elk Foundation and conservation, not only providing high-quality raffle tickets and event collateral for all our chapters, but also stepping up and investing in our mission to save elk habitat. Eventgroove’s 20% Conservation Giveback Initiative is just one of the many ways they support our organization and our mission.”
Any qualified conservation organization can participate in Eventgroove’s 20% Conservation Giveback Initiative. If you’re interested, just contact Lance Trebesch at Lance@eventgroove.com.
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