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The Big Bad Ball Recognizes 2010 Corporate and Angel Sponsors

The Big Bad Ball, an annual black tie gala benefiting Hospice of Wake County, recognizes the generous contributions of the corporate and individual Angel sponsors for the October 2, 2010 event at the Capital City Club.

RALEIGH, NC, September 13, 2010 ( The Big Bad Ball, an annual black tie gala benefiting Hospice of Wake County, would like to recognize the generous contributions of the 2010 corporate and individual Angel sponsors. Presented by The Capital City Club's Young Executives, the premiere charity event takes place October 2nd from 7p.m. - 1a.m. at the Capital City Club.

"The generosity of these sponsors help Hospice of Wake County continue to provide much needed programs and services to members of the surrounding community," said Michael Blanchard, Hospice of Wake County Vice President of Development. "We are thrilled with the outpouring of support and are looking forward to a truly spectacular event."

Platinum Sponsor ($10,000)

Fink's Jewelers

Gold Sponsors ($5,000)
Cranfill, Sumner & Hartzog, LLP

Media Partners, Inc.

Silver Sponsors($2,500)

Carolina Web Consultants

Davis Plastic Surgery

Dixon Hughes, PLLC

Garner TV

Rush Hour Karting

Harris Wholesale, Inc.

Headway Corporate Resources

Kisco Senior Living

Raleigh Downtowner Magazine

Raleigh Telegram

Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP

Wells Global

Bronze Sponsors ($1,000)

Amramp of Eastern NC

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

Cancer Centers of NC



Downtown Raleigh Alliance

Fidelis Wealth Management

Ninth Street Flowers

The Godfrey Group

York Properties / McDonald York Building Company


Downtown Clubs of Raleigh

Other Corporate Sponsors

Triangle Community Foundation, CBC/WRAL Community Fund

Angel Sponsors

Patrick & Diane Dennis
James & Betsy Carroll
April Mills & Josh Dooley
Steve & Jan Nelson
Derek & Caroline Mishoe

About The Big Bad Ball
Presented by The Capital City Club's Young Executives, the Big Bad Ball will be held October 2nd from 7p.m. - 1a.m. at the Capital City Club. Tickets for the Big Bad Ball are $125 each. All guests can enjoy two bands: The Moonlighters Orchestra and tHE.DESIGN, five open bars; scrumptious food selections including hors d'oeuvres, pasta and carving stations, desserts and a late night breakfast. Attendees also get a chance to participate in a silent auction, a Fink's Jewelers door prize and a raffle for a $10,000 cash prize. Proceeds from the Big Bad Ball support the Hospice of Wake County Indigent Patient Fund and the Horizons Grief Center.

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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[] The Big Bad Ball Recognizes 2010 Corporate and Angel Sponsors
The Big Bad Ball, an annual black tie gala benefiting Hospice of Wake County, recognizes the generous contributions of the corporate and individual Angel sponsors for the October 2, 2010 event at the Capital City Club.