Back in May, the Colorado Rockies visited Fenway Park for a three-game series with the Boston Red Sox. As has become tradition when Boston and Colorado sports teams meet, Continuum CEO, Michael George and Greystone Technology President, Peter Melby decided to put a friendly and philanthropic wager in place.
The stakes were as follows; the loser of the series would donate $100 dollars for each run that the winning team outscored them by to a charity of the winner's choice. In the end, the Red Sox won two of the three games by a total of six runs. As promised, Peter Melby and Greystone Technology made a donation of $600 to the Continuum Veterans Foundation.
Despite taking the loss, Melby is still on top in the all-time sports wager series. During the NFL season, the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos met twice, each time ending with a victory for the Broncos. The first wager ended with Michael George and Continuum donating 60 additional pairs of boots to their boot drive for the New England Center and Home for Veterans and the second Patriots loss resulted in a Continuum donation to the Denver Rescue Mission.