Countdown to 10th annual Crypt Factor
There’s just weeks to go to the 10th annual Crypt Factor event, where professionals from across the property sector in Yorkshire will be hoping to croon their way to the 2016 title.
Last year more than 700 people attended the X Factor style event, at the home of Leeds United FC in Elland Road, raising a record £64,000. That brought the total amount raised since the first competition in 2006 to £420,000, split between LionHeart and the Leeds-based St George’s Crypt charity, which supports homeless and vulnerable people.
Organisers hope this year’s anniversary event, which takes place on Thursday March 10, will be even more successful.
To mark 10 years of the competition, which was set up to bring property professionals from all over Yorkshire together, some previous winners and finalists have also been invited to return to the stage.
Last year the title was scooped by a group of colleagues from corporate law firm Addleshaw Goddard, who transformed themselves into LaKeisha and the Keishettes to take the show by storm.
Richard Lewis, chair of LionHeart and Crypt Factor judge, said: “Tables are already selling fast and we would urge any companies that haven’t yet booked to act now to avoid disappointment.”
LionHeart CEO Davina Goodchild said: “We are enormously grateful for the support we receive at events like Crypt Factor. Since its launch 10 years ago, it has become firmly established as one of the most important fundraisers on the LionHeart calendar, and those supporting it can rest assured the money is well-spent helping their fellow professionals in times of need.”
A few spaces remain, and bookings for full and half tables are still being taken. To find out more or to make a booking visit our events page here.