HOK hosted nearly 100 employees and guests at their 10 S. Broadway office community space for its first ever Questions & Cocktails charity event to raise donations and awareness for the Arts & Education Council of St. Louis. The trivia night included raffles, prizes and eight rounds of trivia questions. Attendees enjoyed delicious food and drink and, in combination with a week-long donation campaign, helping raise more than $13,000.
HOK partnered with multiple local product vendors to make the evening a success. Trivia round sponsors included: Brad Randazzo, Facilitec; Lynn Menzel, Teknion; Sondra Carlson, Koroseal; Larry Richie, Working Spaces/Kimball; Amanda Rieffer, Tiles of Distinction and Boardwalk Hardwood; Tiffany Auer, Tandus Centiva; Kim Caldwell, KDR; Michael Moore, Armstrong; Matthew Hutchison, Coalesse; Sue Harken-Houser, Steelcase, and Karey Brown, Knoll.
HOK has been a proud supporter of the Arts & Education Council since 1992. Each year, HOK employees work together to create unique events to raise funds for this worthy cause.
“It has been more than a pleasure for us to support a thriving arts and cultural community that we believe enriches the quality of life for all,” said Nora Akerberg, vice president and interiors practice leader, and Arts and Education Council board member. “It’s an amazing group that energizes life in many different ways for St. Louis.”
The Arts and Education Council (A&E), is the St. Louis region’s United Arts Fund providing financial, technical and educational support for arts organizations.
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