CHICAGO, Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Credico, the leading face-to-face sales outsourcing specialist, was proud to be the Electronic Bidding Sponsor of the recent Make-A-Wish Illinois' I Wish To Party cocktail reception at Moonlight Studios. The event, hosted by the Illinois chapter Associate Board, helps to carry out the Make-A-Wish mission to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Credico was proud to sponsor the I Wish To Party event at one of the highest levels to help enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. The evening was filled with upbeat music, food catered by local restaurants, raffles and a silent auction. All proceeds from the evening will go toward granting more wishes to the children across the state.
"Part of our company values is to partner with organizations that contribute to a greater good," said Antoine Nohra, founder and chief executive officer of Credico. "We feel extremely proud to support such a strong cause that grants incredible opportunities to its youth."
Since 1985, Make-A-Wish Illinois has granted wishes to more than 13,000 children battling life-threatening medical conditions. The Associate Board is a group of young professionals helping to support Make-A-Wish Illinois through event-based fundraising, volunteering and community outreach. Formed in 2006, the Associate Board has raised $1,000,000 for Make-A-Wish Illinois.
Credico continues to stay globally aware and locally connected through its partnerships with charitable organizations in an effort to spread generosity and foster social responsibility around the world.
Founded in 1991, Credico connects internationally recognized brands with high-quality, local-market outsourced sales teams that help clients acquire new customers via retail, events, door-to-door and street market sales. Credico has quadrupled its partnerships with independent sales offices around the world over the past 10 years and has increased new customer acquisition at a generous rate year-over-year. Visit www.credico.com to learn more.