A Private Concert from a Few Integrity Idols

Category: Integrity Contests

Date: January 14, 2021

While at ThomasARTS a few weeks ago, we ran into one of our Integrity Idol contestants, Sarah Wilson. We asked if Sarah would perform her song for us one more time. The next thing you know, she and four other talented members put on an impromptu concert for us.

But we couldn’t keep this private concert to ourselves! Check out the above video we put together of this special moment.

It was a wonderful tribute not only to our Integrity Idol competition, but one to our company as well. When we first started Integrity, as more and more employees joined, we’d have them sing a favorite song for us. It was a fun way to bond early on with new team members. Today, we carry on that tradition with Integrity Idol and moments like these.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our concert. We hope you enjoy the show.

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