The audience at this week’s annual charity singing competition, The Crypt Factor, will have the unique opportunity to bid for a range of one-off, money can’t buy, auction prizes.
More than 900 people who work in the region’s property industry will be at Elland Road on Thursday for this year’s event, which raises money for St George’s Crypt and The Leeds Fund, which is managed by Leeds Community Foundation. This will be the seventh year that Candid PR has provided PR support to The Crypt Factor and this year's event is already on target to raise tens of thousands of pounds which will be boosted by four stunning auction lots.
Leeds Rhinos supporters will have the opportunity to participate in a training session, alongside the players, before enjoying lunch with them. The prize has been donated by Caddick Developments.
Fans who would prefer to support The Rhinos off the pitch, from the comfort of the Emerald Club Suite, can bid for a table of 10, complete with drinks reception and meal, which has been donated by DLA Architecture, for the club’s derby game against Hull on 21st July 2019.
Welcome to Yorkshire has created a VIP package for two lucky cycling enthusiasts that will offer full access to the hospitality area and all its perks, at the start or finish of a stage of this year’s Tour De Yorkshire.
Finally, Rita Ora fans can secure VIP tickets for the popstar’s upcoming Leeds concert, which has been donated by Leeds Hotels and Venues Association. The package includes a private suite for up to 16 people at Leeds First Direct Arena on 28th May 2019.
The Crypt Factor is organised and sponsored by Bruntwood, Gent Visick and Pinsent Masons. TheBusinessDesk.com is the event’s official media partner and the event’s stage set-up, lighting and sound is provided by Sparq, which is a division of Saville Group.
Anyone wanting further information about Crypt Factor, can follow the event on twitter @cryptfactor.
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