WRVA-FM, The River's Kitty Kinnin to Emcee 2012 Big Bad Ball

Top Quote Kitty Kinnin will host the 11th Annual Big Bad Ball on September 29, 2012. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) August 22, 2012 - 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.

    Kinnin will join two of the Triangle's most popular bands as they take the stage at the 11th anniversary Big Bad Ball. The Casablanca Orchestra and tHE.DESIGN will keep guests dancing into the early hours of the morning.

    The Big Bad Ball benefits Hospice of Wake County and will be held Saturday, September 29th from 7p.m. - 1a.m. at the Capital City Club in Raleigh. This annual event is one of the leading fundraisers for Hospice of Wake County. Tickets for the Big Bad Ball can also be purchased individually for $100 each before August 31. After August 31, tickets increase to $125.

    Please join us at the 2012 black tie gala, Where It's Good To Be Bad, and help support a wonderful cause.

    About the Big Bad Ball
    Presented by The Capital City Club's Young Executives, the Big Bad Ball is an annual black-tie gala benefitting Hospice of Wake County. The events raises funds to support Hospice of Wake County's Benevolent Care Program and Horizon's Grief Center, providing necessary end-of-life care for terminally ill patients and their families. To learn more about the Big Bad Ball, please visit http://www.bigbadball.com 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, Durham, Johnston, Franklin, Harnett, Lee, and Sampson counties. Guided by community-based boards of directors and trustees, and supported by a dedicated professional staff, Hospice of Wake County provides compassionate hospice care allowing patients to enjoy their lives to the fullest. For more information, call 919.828.0890 or visit www.hospiceofwake.org.

    About WRVA-FM
    WRVA-FM, 100.7 The River is a classic hits radio station that serves the Raleigh-Durham market of North Carolina. WRVA-FM is owned and operated by Clear Channel Worldwide, whose sister stations include G105, Rush Radio 106.1, and 93.9 KISS-FM.

    Media Contact: Rachel Gaffney
    Media Partners, Inc.
    Rachel ( @ ) mediapartners-inc dot com

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