Carolina Wing Company Presents Viva Las Vegas Night to Benefit Project: Wheels for Heroes Jan. 11
Raleigh, NC, January 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Milton Barber, owner of Carolina Wing Company, Raleigh’s neighborhood restaurant and bar “serving the best wings in town,” has announced that the restaurant will host a special “Viva Las Vegas Night” finale event to close its Project: Wheels for Heroes. Working in partnership with Operation: Coming Home, Project: Wheels For Heroes is a two-month fundraising campaign working to raise $20,000 to purchase an Action Trackchair for a disabled combat veteran and Operation: Coming Home Hero Home recipient who served in the Middle East. Beginning at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11, the event will take place at Carolina Wing Company, located at 7504 Creedmoor Road.
Viva Las Vegas Night will feature live, Vegas-themed entertainment, games, cocktails, dinner and a special Elvis Presley tribute performance featuring Alvis, one of North Carolina’s top Elvis impersonators. Admission is $200 for two tickets, with proceeds going toward the purchase of the Action Trackchair. In addition to attending the event, individuals can support the effort by purchasing an official Project: Wheels For Heroes t-shirt for $20. All proceeds from t-shirt sales will go directly to the Project’s efforts.
As part of the fundraising efforts, a raffle will be held for a romantic giveaway package including hotel reservations at a Raleigh Marriott, dinner downtown and two tickets to North Carolina Theatre’s production of Les Misérables. In addition, Carolina Wing Company will be raffling off a four-day, three-night trip to Las Vegas with airfare and hotel accommodations included.
The Action Trackchair is an off-road wheelchair built to help disabled individuals enjoy and navigate the great outdoors, including all types of terrain. The Action Trackchair will be awarded to a veteran during the event.
“We are honored to have the support of Operation: Coming Home and to work in partnership with such a great organization to help a local veteran enjoy the outdoors again,” said Barber. “The courage our veterans display in serving our country is truly remarkable and we are excited to be able to show our appreciation for all that they do through this fun and entertaining event. It is our hope that our efforts to help out these heroes will inspire others to do the same.”
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About Carolina Wing Company:
Carolina Wing Company is the Triangle’s neighborhood restaurant and bar known for “serving the best wings in town.” The restaurant, formerly known as Buffalo’s Café, features a regularly-updated roster of 14 draft beers, a full-service bar, and a spacious dining room and patio for the ultimate dining experience. In addition to wings available in 16 savory and spicy flavors, the menu includes freshly-prepared salads, hearty soups, unique sandwiches, wraps, burgers, steaks, homemade dessert options and more. As an active member of the community and supporter of other local businesses, Carolina Wing Company regularly hosts live, local music and charity events for causes such as Wheels For Heroes, and offers meeting spaces for area companies and organizations. Located at 7504 Creedmoor Road in Raleigh, N.C., Carolina Wing Company offers guests a casual, laid-back and family-friendly atmosphere with options to please everyone’s taste buds, including daily menu specials such as Burger Bash Mondays, 65 cent wings on Tuesdays, Prime Time Thursdays, Kids Eat Free Sundays and more. For more information, visit http://www.carolinawingcompany.com/.
About Operation: Coming Home:
Operation: Coming Home is a joint volunteer project by the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County (HBA), and various area nonprofits and businesses. The project builds and donates homes for disabled combat veterans who have served in the Middle East, after a selection committee interviews candidates to determine the best fit. For more information, visit http://operationcominghome.com.