Integrity’s Got Talent

Category: Integrity Contests

Date: March 15, 2021

Last year, we had so much fun with the Integrity singing competition, Integrity Idol. It began as part of our daily “Inspire” Podcast to stay in touch with our teams across the country while working remotely. Not only did contestants compete for cash prizes, but Integrity matched their winnings with donations to their favorite charity.

This year, we’re bringing back the competition — but this time we’re taking it to a whole new level with even more to offer.

More prizes. More competition. More TALENT.

And it doesn’t stop at singing: ALL talents from Integrity employees are welcome on our virtual stage to compete for prizes and charitable donations. We’re ready to see their juggling, balloon-animal–creating, ear-wiggling, joke-telling talents!

Co-Founder and CEO Bryan W. Adams shared the video above with a few more details — and some fun outtakes! Watch his video and get ready to see what our Integrity family brings to the table.

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