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Greater Dayton RTA Holds Workplace Giving Campaign

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RTA LogoThe Greater Dayton RTA ran a great Campaign for the Arts last week! RTA employees are very involved in their campaign and many of them participate in giving to Culture Works. RTA provided a pancake breakfast Monday morning and several pizza parties through the week. Guitarist Jim McCutcheon performed in the Driver’s Lounge at RTA headquarters, and RTA Executive Director Mark Donaghy spoke about the value of supporting the arts in the Dayton Region. The most successful campaigns are the ones that have top management involved and participating; we thank Mark for taking the time to attend the event. One of RTA’s most popular incentive to donate were chances to win tickets to see performers such as Alabama, the Men of Soul, KC and the Sunshine Band, Josh Groban, and Tony Bennett…all coming to the Fraze Pavilion this year. Our amazing Workplace Giving Coordinator, Frank Ecklar, and his busy committee, are very dedicated to the Culture Works campaign, and worked very hard to get their staff and employees interested in and involved in donating to Culture Works.

Jim McCutcheon with Frank Ecklar and driver Brian

Jim McCutcheon with Frank Ecklar and Workplace Campaign Co-Chair Brian

Jim McCutcheon with Frank Ecklar and Mark Donaghy

Jim McCutcheon with Frank Ecklar and Mark Donaghy

Frank Ecklar with some of the Workplace Giving Committee

Frank Ecklar with some of the Workplace Giving Committee

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Author: Culture Works