The Big Bad Ball brings Rhythm and Romance to the Triangle this Weekend

Top Quote The ninth annual Big Bad Ball will be held on October 2nd at the Capital City Club. This black tie gala is held each year in order to raise money for Hospice of Wake County. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) September 29, 2010 - Get ready for a magical night of Rhythm & Romance as the Big Bad Ball takes center stage at The Capital City Club on October 2nd, 2010 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Presented by the Capital City Club's Young Executives, the ninth annual black tie gala raises much needed funds for Hospice of Wake County's Indigent Patient Fund and the Horizons Grief Center.

    Kick up your heels as The Moonlighters Orchestra and tHE.DESIGN pump energy into the Big Bad Ball all evening. Then, refuel with five open bars, a variety of food selections including hors d'oeuvres, pasta and carving stations, desserts and a late night breakfast. As you rest your dancing shoes, get a head start on holiday shopping with over 150 silent auction items to choose from.

    Feeling lucky? Fink's Jewelers is giving away three exquisite John Hardy bracelets as door prizes and the Big Bad Ball is raffling off $10,000 cash.

    Nadia Moffett, Miss North Carolina USA and Lauren Ashley Martz, Miss North Carolina Teen USA, will greet attendees while serving as hostesses at the Big Bad Ball in one of the last public appearances before both women crown their successors in November.

    Tickets to the 2010 Big Bad Ball are $125 each. Raffle tickets are $25 each or five for $100. To purchase tickets or learn more about the Big Bad Ball, please visit or call Hospice of Wake County at 919-828-0890.

    About Hospice of Wake County
    Your community hospice since 1979, Hospice of Wake County provides physical, emotional and spiritual care to those living with advanced illness, their caregivers and those who have lost a loved one regardless of age, race, religion or financial circumstances. Service areas include Wake, Johnston, Franklin, Durham and Harnett counties. Guided by community-based boards of directors and trustees and supported by a dedicated professional staff, the goal of Hospice of Wake County is to provide compassionate hospice care that allows patients to enjoy every moment of their lives to the fullest. For more information call 919-828-0890 or visit

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    Emily ( @ ) mediapartners-inc dot com

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