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United Way of Danville Area is thrilled to announce the return of the
Corporate Cup event, revitalized with a competitive "Border Wars" theme. This exciting event will bring together corporate teams from Illinois and Indiana for a day of spirited competition and community support.
Scheduled for Friday, April 26, at The Landing in Veedersburg, IN, the Corporate Cup promises to be a thrilling experience for participants and spectators alike. The event will feature two flights of contestants, with the morning flight commencing at 8:00am CST and the afternoon flight kicking off at 12:00pm CST.
"We're excited to bring back the Corporate Cup event with a fresh twist"; said Angie Lazzell, CEO at United Way of Danville Area. "The 'Border Wars' theme adds an extra level of excitement and camaraderie as teams from Illinois and Indiana compete in a series of fun and low-impact games.
Teams will vie for the title of Border War champion and the opportunity to claim a prestigious traveling trophy. The event will feature a variety of games and challenges, including tug-of-war, relay races, and more. In total, there will be 18 challenges designed to test teamwork, strategy, and agility.
Registration for the Corporate Cup is open until April 1, with a registration fee of $400 per four-person team. The fee includes lunch and two drink tickets for each participant. All proceeds from the event will benefit the United Way of Danville Area's annual campaign, which supports 20 agencies and over 24
programs across Vermilion County, Illinois, and Fountain and Warren Counties in Indiana. These programs focus on education, health, and financial security within the community. "We are grateful for the support as we work towards our mission of improving lives and strengthening communities" added Lazzell. "By participating in the Corporate Cup, teams will not only have a great time competing but also make a meaningful impact on the lives of those in need."
To register a team or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Karen Orrick at (217)442- 3512 or firstname.lastname@example.org.