PHOENIX — Entrenue has donated $1,000 on behalf of the winner of its most recent raffle: the Deja Vu store of Las Vegas, which entered the drawing at last month’s International Lingerie Show (ILS). Store representative Megan Swartz chose to support her local baseball league, which operates as a nonprofit to make the team sport accessible and affordable to more children and their families.
“(Entrenue President) Joe Casella is a class act and leads his team by showing exemplary professionalism and integrity,” Swartz said. “He is genuinely a thoughtful and caring person that gives back whenever possible. Once again, he reminds us of that as he draws a winner from ILS to select a charity to receive $1,000. Lucky for me, I was the winner. Yay! My selection was my local baseball league, which is a nonprofit organization that receives donations to keep enrollment costs down so it is affordable for all children to participate. Thanks again, Joe and team, for operating the way that you do.”
Entrenue, according to a spokesperson, “established its semi-annual raffle several years ago to further promote its dedication to community support and service, inviting customers to enter for the chance to select a special charity to receive a $1000 donation. Since the raffle’s debut, Entrenue has donated thousands on behalf of its faithful customers — and this season’s contribution will enable even more area kids to experience teamwork and valuable character-building from this important team sport.”
Casella said, “Our loyal customers are personally connected to an amazing array of organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of people and children in need, and it’s been such a pleasure to share the charity raffle experience with them. The team and I are inspired by the stories and motivations behind each winner’s choice, and it’s an honor to collaborate to make a positive effect on our community. Swartz’ donation will make it possible for even more Las Vegas-area children to join this growing local league and experience — possibly for the very first time — what it means to be part of a close-knit team.”