Announcing Our Integrity Idol Finalists!

Category: Integrity Contests

Date: May 29, 2020

All the votes are in! It was neck-and-neck for days and went right down to the wire, but when the clock hit zero the following Integrity Idol contestants were still standing:

Alyssa Conyers, Premier Marketing
Cameryn Rupa, ThomasARTS
Candi Golden, Eldercare Insurance Services
Patrick Cash, Integrity Shared Services
PJ Galloway, Agent Pipeline

Each of our finalists will receive $1,000 for themselves and $1,000 for the charity of their choice. Plus, they will each be featured and perform again on an “Inspire” podcast next week.

With our finalists in place, it’s time for the final round of voting. Just like the last round, the final round of voting is open to the public. The contest ends Friday, June 5 at 12:00 PM CT. Visit our Integrity Idol homepage for a fresh look at each finalist and to cast your vote!

Vote The Finalists & Vote Now!

It’s on to the finals — and the chance to become the Integrity Idol Grand Prize winner!

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