Culture April 5, 2013

infernites Blaze a Trail for a Good Cause


After selecting Hope House as our local beneficiary in 2012, we loved the work they were doing so much that inferno chose to continue our support for Hope House through 2013.

That’s why we participated in the Help for Hope 5k as silver sponsors on March 22. But monetary support wasn’t enough — several employees jumped at the chance to run for a good cause.

The cold, rainy Memphis day hadn’t been enough to douse the spirit of hundreds of Memphians who came out for the fun run and 5k to support Hope House and their work with children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS.

inferno’s own Rebecca Bolding, hot off her Souper Bowl win at one of our last events, placed first in her age group during the 5k. Congrats on another win, Becca! And thanks to the other infernites who gave their time to run for a great cause:

Liza Routh
Kacie Ross
Teri Hanners
Joe McLaughlin
Ryan Knoll
Michael Overton
Anne Dugan

After the event, inferno employees met at Movie & Pizza Co. to cool down and relax.

We enjoyed being able to further support Hope House, and we look forward to helping spread a little more hope to our city with Hope House throughout the year.