- Posted by Alliance Technologies
Can Alliance Technologies’ CEO James Canada actually sing?
Find out when Canada takes on two other local executives in Lip Sync Battle-St. Louis, a special live competition and gala to benefit Springboard to Learning, 6:30pm to 10:30pm, October 27, 2017 at The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s, 1600 N. Broadway in Downtown St. Louis.
Canada will take on two other “brave” competitors, Patrick McGinnis, a partner with Moneta Group, and Jenn Ehlen, CEO of Brazen. Each will vie for votes and support dollars in their bids to win the competition.
“Patrick and Jenn better bring their A-Games to the event. I will be ready for them. In all it should be a fun night and raises money for a great organization, Springboard to Learning, which provides meaningful learning experience for children, integrating music, arts and culture into school curriculum throughout the St. Louis Region,” Canada said.
The public is invited to vote online for their favorite competitor. Votes are $10 and each benefits Springboard. An “all star” panel of six judges will also be on-hand at the gala to determine the winner. The event includes cocktails, a raffle, dinner, a live auction and the Lip Sync Battle. To register to attend the event or vote visit https://lipsync.gesture.com, text lipsync to 52182 or call Springboard at 314-768-9670.
According to Cathy Hartmann, Executive Director, “Springboard is all about giving under-resourced children the kind of educational experiences that they remember all of their lives, igniting a love of learning. The Lip Sync Battle-St. Louis supports our educational programming and promises to be an event you won’t want to miss!”