Oh what a night at powerBall 2016

The Electrical Industries Trading Company in support of the Electrical Industries Charity is thrilled to announce that powerBall 2016 was a tremendous success, raising over £450,000.

Over 800 guests across the sector enjoyed the spectacular entertainment from the headline act of the night, the Jersey Boys. The New Jersey band took guests on a journey through the history of pop music featuring their top 10 worldwide hits including Beggin, Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye), Can’t Take My Eyes Off You and Big Girls Don’t Cry.

Powerball 2016 | Photos by owenbillcliffe.co.uk
Powerball 2016 | Photos by owenbillcliffe.co.uk

Hundreds of guests danced the night away to the world class music of Earth Lights Boogie Band and enjoyed the entertainment from the UK comic, Bob Mills.

Managing Director, Tessa Ogle says: ‘Each year powerBall brings together hundreds of industry professionals under one roof for the biggest party in the electrical sector. This year’s powerBall was a great success and I would like to say a huge thank you to our headline sponsor, City Electrical Factors (CEF) and to all our sponsors for their continued support which will go a long way in helping those in need.’

Tessa continues: ‘We would also like to thank everyone who has attended this electrifying social event and who took part in fundraising activities throughout the night. Without your support, we would not be able to help to build brighter future’s for people in our industry. We are looking forward to seeing you all again for another memorable night at powerBall 2017.’

Next year powerBall will take place on Friday 10 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

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