This past weekend, Plus Group, A Salas O’Brien Company, supported two of our three C’s (Clients, Co-workers, and Community). “It is such a great culture we have built at the Plus Group, one where community and giving to others is not just talked about but where it’s put into action,” Joe Stegman (Chief People & Culture Officer).
Despite the rainy weather, our sponsors, teams, and vehicle fanatics supported the Make-A-Wish of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Foundation, raising money, and hope for the children in our area with critical illnesses. Everyone enjoyed the food trucks, raffle baskets, vintage vehicles, and music as we spent the day at Octane of Outlet of Middletown. Grant Mitchell (Managing Principal) closed the show with a People Choice Award for Cars, Trucks, and Motorcycles. “What a thrill to see so many people willing to have a positive impact by raising funds to improve the lives of Make-a-wish kiddos in our community. We all have the power to make wishes come true as long as we keep believing. I am so proud of the Plus Group team and sponsors for believing in the High Octane car, truck, and motorcycle show, with proceeds providing hope to those in need. Thank you to all those that supported this extraordinary effort. We can’t wait to impact more lives at next year’s event!!” Grant Mitchell.
Plug Group would like to thank our sponsors: Octane Outlet of Middletown, Sawasdee Thai Cuisine & Sushi, Eclipse Window Tinting, and the Greater Cincinnati Spyder Ryders. With the help from sponsors like these, we were able to raise funds that will be used to grant wishes to kids in our Greater Cincinnati are and help transform lives.
By: Torie Powers