The date is set: October 18, 2014
Stop reading. Pull up your calendar. Mark down that date. Continue reading.
The venue is decided: Paul Brown Stadium
The theme is confirmed: A Stroll through the Markets of Guatemala (yes, it will be as delightful as it sounds).
Are you jazzed yet???
If that’s not enough to get your fists pumping in anticipation of the greatest party in Cincinnati , just wait ’til you read this…
Not only do they provide kid’s carpets and classroom rugs at factory direct rates, but they are truly invested in education—beyond simply selling learning tools.
Jim Banks, President and Founder of KidCarpet.com, says, “KidCarpet provides a lot of educational rugs for teachers and classrooms, so it is nice to be able to use some of those profits to further education in communities with very few resources. Seeing the excitement on a Guatemalan child’s face when CoEd brings supplies to their school makes a strong case for supporting this cause.”
Sounds like a pretty worthwhile company, eh?
Jim goes on to say, “KidCarpet is excited to sponsor Fall Fiesta because CoEd is a truly unique, sustainable non-profit that is changing lives through education.”
Stop, Jim. We’re blushing over here! Just kidding; please tell all your friends.
We are so glad that we could partner with KidCarpet through our shared love of education… and Spanish. That’s right, they even have a bilingual rugs selection so your children will be speaking Spanish by the time they’re out of diapers. They guarantee it!*
*Disclaimer: KidCarpet in no way guarantees the Spanish fluency level of your children. They do, however, guarantee the quality of their rugs.
In summation, we cordially invite you to get pumped for a lovely stroll through the markets of Guatemala. We will have all the usual favorites (silent and live auctions, luxury raffle, noshes, and drinks a plenty), as well as a few new features to keep things fresh. Best of all, we have the support of some incredibly generous and philanthropic companies like KidCarpet.com.
See you on October 18th!
What did you enjoy most at a past Fall Fiesta?