Henry Ford said, “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success” and success is exactly what Pipeline Worldwide and Water 4 Kids International desires. These two involved organizations are teaming up to put on an event that will benefit our local community and communities outside of our borders.
On May 30, 2012, a little over a month away, Pipeline Worldwide and a collective group of sponsors are offering a fun and relaxing venue for individuals to be able to network with like-minded people and make a difference simultaneously. The event is called:
Borderline Getting WELL Connected
The event’s purpose is multidimensional where networking, fundraising and connecting with your community are all objectives and where of course water is the underlying theme. We are focusing on the concept of sustainability not only for communities local and abroad but also for the sustainability of local real estate, construction and design businesses.
It is during this event that we hope to bring people together from all facets of the real estate, construction and design community to provide a networking platform and to help raise money for many worthy causes.
The event’s main beneficiaries are Water 4 Kids International, the Salvation Army and unlimited number of people for which both of these organizations provide quality opportunities and assistance. The event’s venue is the hip Cask 63 in Scottsdale’s Gainey Village on Scottsdale Rd.
This is a great opportunity to learn about the strength and possibility of non-profit organizations nestled in your local community and about your surrounding business community as well.
When we work together we all win and that makes our work and our world a success. Without water the human race would never have been successful, it is a very basic and primal aspect of sustenance. It is in the spirit of community, with a focus on the whole of humanity’s success, that we present this year’s event.
For more information about Borderline Getting WELL Connected please follow:www.borderlinearizona.com