There was a buzz in the air as guests entered the Vehicle Vault. For many it was the first time they would experience this venue. Participants were immediately checked in by a team which included Miss Zoe Wurst (yes that is Alices’ daughter). The process was efficient and timely and allowed attendees to proceed through to the “Vault”.
The entry hall featured silent auction items, including, Broncos and Avalanche packages and mountain getaways. The most popular auction item was the Av’s stick that was signed by the winning Stanley Cup team. HBF extends a huge thank you to all who donated items that helped make both auctions wildly successful. And a double-dose of thanks to all the volunteers who make HBF events possible.
Continuing through into the belly of the vault guests were treated to a spectacular array of unique and very valuable historical automobiles. The setting was perfect and presented an opportunity to explore, connect, eat, sip drinks, and relax together. Under twinkling lights, old friends reminisced and new bonds were cemented.
Attendees were informed, by Executive Director Beth Forbes’, State of the HBF. They were entertained by Board President, Devin Bundy and they were inspired by Client Teresa N. and the message that we are “Better Together”.
The event was exactly what HBF’s staff and leadership had hoped for. The paddle raising portion of the evening was record-setting! The silent and live auctions were spirited-as usual when a group of our industries professionals get together. It was truly a night to remember – an opportunity to absorb the feelings that wash over each of us as we are enveloped by our relationship with HBF.