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In Recent News

2015 – Rick and Cindy assisted the students of the Episcopal student center at the University of Texas, Austin, exceed their goal in their 115 year anniversary event, The students headed up the committee’s, with great success.

2016  – Rick’s innovation allow him to raise $10,000 on an 48 star American Flag during a recent event for a Children Hospital, the event was a great success exceeding their goal.

Rick Just took a VP position Cogent, Global Performance Solutions Inc. Developing the Community Enrichment Office. He is working on developing a Foundation for helping profits throughout the country. Bringing together the Benefit Auction Industry and the Non Profits, in Education, Professionalism, and the Professional Benefit Auctioneer.

Bluefox Leads the Fundraising Effort for Scholarships at National Auctioneers Conference & Show in Indianapolis

Rick and Cindy Stroud took the lead in the National Auxiliary’s effort to raise monies for their scholarship program.  Cindy was 2012-2013 Chair for the event organizing and coordinating the event and Rick was the featured Auctioneer.  The organization has awarded over 94,0000.00 in scholarships to date and because of Bluefox’s efforts the Auxiliary will be able to reach the target of awarding over $100,000.000 in 2014.  Rick and Cindy are very active in the National Auctioneers Association and have attended every convention since joining the Association.

Hand Painted Whiskey Barrels

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Hand painted whiskey barrel brings $7500 for local Hye, Texas charity.  Garrison Brothers Distillery held its 2nd annual “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” event.  Last year they sold painted white whiskey barrels in hopes that people would decorate them and bring them back this year as a donation to the fundraiser.  Boy did they.  This hand painted barrel of Garrison Brothers Distillery brought $7500.00.

IEG/Performance Research Sponsorship Decision-Makers Survey Results

Recent surveys learned what was on the minds of sponsors recently polled in the 13th annual IEG/Performance Research Sponsorship Decision-Makers Survey. The following results were shocking:

 

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