Over the course of his career, Ian Poulter has raised millions of dollars for charity, in particular for organizations that help chronically ill and disabled children. The cars are a tremendous draw, as are mementos of Poulter’s golfing career: both help ensure that an event held at Corporate House will be well attended.
The technology installed at Corporate House ensures that guests are comfortable, safe, and clearly understand the work of the charity.
At a recent fundraiser for Dreamflight, which brings seriously ill and disabled children on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, Poulter hosted a cocktail party in the car museum and a dinner on the lawn. A local staging company plugged their sound and video systems into the DigitalMedia infrastructure that Think Simple installed, and images of the charity’s work played throughout the property.
Attendance was strong and the event a tremendous success.