MVP honors employees, community

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MVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin. - Submitted photo
MVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin. - Submitted photo
MVP employees are treated to lunch. - Submitted photo
Employees of MVP make a donation of funds raised to Tri-C. - - Submitted photo

On Sept. 7, the MVP Group International had an Employee Appreciation Day for its employees.

The event included hot dogs, chips and drinks, as well as drawings for gift cards. This went on all day during the employees’ lunch breaks, even late into the night.

There also was something fun for the employees — a dunking booth in which MVP’s top management team took turns being dunked. The first throw was free, and then each throw after was 25 cents.

The employees were able to collect $250.42, of which they donated to the Tri-C of Elkin to help the organization in any way that its leaders felt would be best.

MVP employees are excited to be able to help in any way that they can in the community and look forward to more opportunities in the future.

MVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_Slide10_formatted.jpgMVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin. Submitted photo

MVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_Slide14_formatted.jpgMVP’s top executives take turns in a dunking booth for its employees’ pleasure, with money raised benefiting Tri-C in Elkin. Submitted photo

MVP employees are treated to lunch.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_Slide29_formatted.jpgMVP employees are treated to lunch. Submitted photo

Employees of MVP make a donation of funds raised to Tri-C.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_Tri-C-Donation.jpgEmployees of MVP make a donation of funds raised to Tri-C. Submitted photo

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