Nautique Donates Expertise, Influence, and a Boat to As Our Own
Through Nautique Cares, the company gives back to nonprofits to make the world a better place. Nautique has chosen to partner with us to support our daughters in India and advance our vision for orphan care.
CEO Bill Yeargin has been a long-time As Our Own partner. He explains: “We were impressed with what we saw As Our Own doing. After seeing the need, our team knew we had to do something to help.” That help has been twofold:
First, Nautique advised us through business consulting. Bill hosted a training session for the As Our Own staff so he could explain Nautique’s strategic planning process. With Bill’s expertise, that planning process was applied to the strategic needs we faced during this time of unprecedented growth.
Second, Nautique has generously donated a custom boat—valued at more than $120,000—for us to give away as a fund-raiser. Their creative advocacy invites people to join our mission to care for India’s children as our own by donating $100 or more online to enter the Super Air G21 sweepstakes. Nautique’s marketing support throughout the year not only promotes the sweepstakes but also introduces their customers to our mission.
Both of these investments will make a lasting difference in our organization and for our children in India. We can attest: Nautique truly does care!
Someone will win a Super Air Nautique G21! Why not you?
Here’s your chance to win a custom-designed luxury boat from Nautique Boat Company. The 2014 Super Air Nautique G21 is the sweepstakes Grand Prize.
Someone has to win. It could be you!
* No purchase necessary. See Official Rules for details. 2014 Super Air Nautique Sweepstakes is sponsored by As Our Own, NFP. Open to legal residents, 18 years and older, of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, and Canada; void in Quebec and where prohibited. Begins 12:00 a.m. ET on 4/2/14 and ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on 12/31/14. Click here for Official Rules.
As Our Own is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation is tax deductible. No donation is required for mail-in entries.
5 / 15 / 2014