Media Partners, Inc. has been selected as the strategic marketing agency of record for The Capital City Club’s Young Executives. They will be helping create the theme and promoting the organization’s Big Bad Ball. The ball is a black tie affair designed to raise money to support the Hospice of Wake County, raising around $100k each year.
“We asked Media Partners, Inc. to step in as a full marketing partner for this year’s event and we are delighted with the fresh excitement they have brought to the table” stated April Mills, BBB Co-Chair and Director of Business Development in the Triangle for Dixon Hughes.
The Hospice of Wake County serves those who are suffering from advanced diseases and illness, as well as those close to them. They provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to the patients, as well as their caregivers and family and help people get through tough times. The hospice also offers aid to those who have just lost a loved one.
“The MPI team’s enthusiasm has already made a positive impact within our committee,” added fellow Co-Chair Diane Dennis, Managing Director at International Financial Group (IFG). “We look forward to unveiling the theme via our BBB website in the coming weeks!”
The Big Bad Ball will be held at the Capital City Club, October 2nd from 7pm – 1am. The theme has yet to be decided, but Media Partners will be choosing it and arranging all the publicity for the event.
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