Happy Holidays

We at Performancepoint hope you had a good 2010 and have a better 2011!  We want to wish you all the best during the Holidays. 

As we close out our year we wanted to do something special. Performancepoint makes charitable donations to various organizations and one in particular is St. Jude Children’s Hospital.  I live in Memphis where the hospital is located and enjoy the pleasure of having St. Jude as a client.  It is a blessing to see the extraordinary work they do for sick kids from all over the world. 

We want to raise at least $1000 for St. Jude and want to ask for your help coupled with an offer that we hope will be helpful to you in your work.  For every book purchased between now and January 15th through the link below, we will donate a portion of the proceeds to St. Jude. This is a great way to support your work, employee engagement initiatives in your organization and St. Jude all at the same time.

St. Jude Donation and Book Review
Donations for your Review on Amazon:  You may already have a copy of the book Employee Engagement: A Roadmap for Creating Profits, Optimizing Performance, and Increasing Loyalty.  If you have read the book and will write a review on Amazon between now and January 15th I’ll donate $2.00.  This is a no brainer – if you have read the book you now have a great opportunity to help a child.

Please forward this email to your friends, tweet about it, and help us raise a little money for a very worthy cause. 

I think many of you know of the wonderful work done at St. Jude.  The money Performancepoint  donates goes towards providing incredible and lifesaving services.  This time of year is really a time to reflect on all we have and be thankful for the healthy children in our lives.

St. Jude Donation and Book Review

We appreciate you, your business, and your support, and hope that you have a wonderful holiday season.   Please reach out if there is anything that we can do for you.

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