Tickets Selling Fast For EIC’s powerBall 2018

Tickets for the Electrical Industries Charity’s powerBall 2018 are selling fast. Now in its 87th year, powerBall has established itself as a ‘must attend’ event in theelectrical industry calendar. At this year’s event, guests will have an opportunity to witness a Dirty Dancing show, choreographed by Nikki Trow, and dance the night away to hits from Madhen and DJ Laura.

The evening will also feature Heads & Tails, the Cash Cube and the brand-new Networking Lounge, which will allow guests to network and make life-long connections with hundreds of industry leaders.

Managing director, Tessa Ogle says, “At powerBall this year, we’d like to raise awareness and focus on mental health issues in the industry. This year has seen the highest amount of mental health cases coming through to the charity for assistance. Too many industry lives have been lost. Our industry has the highest suicide rates, currently at 2.7 times higher than the national average. We must do more to challenge the stigma around mental health and make our industry a more understanding and healthier place for everyone to work in.

“I think powerBall is a fantastic party with the best entertainment, food and networking opportunities on offer, but it is also a chance for some of our leaders to give back to those in our industry who need it the most.”

Prices start at £2,500+VAT for a table of 10 or £250+VAT for an individual ticket. powerBall is taking place on Friday November 9, 2018 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London. For further information, or to book your table, please contact Liva Ivanova: powerball@eictradingco.org or visit www.powerBall2018.co.uk

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