Raleigh, N.C. (Aug. 29, 2012) – Tickets purchased before August 31st are $100. Tickets purchased after August 31 are $125 per person. So don’t procrastinate – purchase your 2012 tickets for the 11th annual Big Bad Ball today, save $25 and enjoy a night out at this year’s Sophisticated Soiree, Where It’s Good To Be Bad.
Raleigh, N.C. (August 21, 2011) –Kitty Kinnin, the longtime radio personality from WRVA-FM, 100.7 The River, will host A Sophisticated Soiree, the 11th annual Big Bad Ball on September 29, 2012.
“I have dealt with Hospice of Wake County personally and professionally,” said Kinnin. “Until you’ve been there with someone, you can’t imagine the care and compassion this organization provides. Any one of us could be in this situation and I can’t think of anyone better to shed light and comfort on this painful, end-of-life ordeal. I am honored to host this year’s Big Bad Ball.”
Kitty Kinnin began her career behind the mic at a rock radio station in Winston Salem, NC, WKZL-FM where she hosted and developed a 2-hour Sunday night special, “A Touch of Jazz”. After moving to Raleigh, Kinnin spent 12 years on WRDU-FM and converted her Sunday night jazz show into the Triangle favorite, The Sunday Jazz Brunch. She also narrated and hosted the documentary, “Diversity” and headed the PR/marketing startup campaign for The View on Water Street in Wilmington, NC. While her career has included TV, PR, narrating and hosting, Kinnin’s true love is reaching out to fans. Kinnin can be heard weekdays 6AM-9AM and Sundays 9AM-12PM on 1007.FM, The River.
Raleigh, N.C. (August 16, 2012) – Celebrate life and give back to the community by becoming a corporate sponsor of A Sophisticated Soiree, the 11th annual Big Bad Ball. Surrounded by the penthouse view of Raleigh’s skyline, the Capital City Club’s Young Executives will once again host the party of the year as the annual black tie gala takes center stage on September 29th from 7p.m. – 1a.m. at the Capital City Club.
Raleigh, N.C. (August 10, 2012) – Ray Price, Inc. was recognized Tuesday at a Raleigh City Council Meeting. Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane presented Ray Price with a proclamation to commemorate the company’s 30 year history in the Raleigh community. Alongside employees from the South Sanders Street dealership, Mayor McFarlane acknowledged the leadership of Ray Price and officially declared August 6-11, 2012, Ray Price Harley-Davidson Week.
Owner Ray Price accepted the proclamation on behalf of the company and South Sanders Street employees and offered his thanks to the City of Raleigh for its years of steady support.