Guaranteed Rate, Chicago White Sox’s Guaranteed Impact Program Returns for Second Year
Guaranteed Rate, one of the largest retail mortgage lenders in the nation, and the Chicago White Sox announced the return of the Guaranteed Impact Program for the second year. The program honors 10 teens and kids who are making a positive difference in their communities or schools.
The Guaranteed Impact winners will be recognized at a White Sox home game during a special in-game feature on the video board. They will also be provided a complimentary suite with food and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy the game at Guaranteed Rate Field with up to 15 friends and family members. There will be 10 winners for the 2018 season, all to be celebrated at difference home White Sox games.
“Giving back has always been a huge part of Guaranteed Rate, and we think it’s important to share stories of young people working to improve the lives of those around them,” stated Guaranteed Rate CEO and Founder Victor Ciardelli. “We are happy to continue Guaranteed Impact for a second year to honor more outstanding kids making a difference in Chicago. We hope they continue to inspire others on the importance of giving back to the community.”
Nominees for the Guaranteed Impact program should be between the ages of 8 and 18 as of August 31, 2018, and have contributed to the betterment of their community or school in a unique, meaningful way. Nomination forms and official contest rules can be found at Rate.com/impact; entries for the 2018 baseball season are open from April 5 through June 30, 2018.
“The White Sox are proud to have a long-standing passion for supporting the Chicagoland community and a partner like Guaranteed Rate that is also dedicated to uplifting the youth who make a difference around Chicago,” said Brooks Boyer, senior vice president of sales and marketing for the Chicago White Sox. “We hope that celebrating these young individuals for the work they’ve done will inspire their friends, neighbors and community just like the 2017 winners inspired us.”