Chapel Hill, NC, April 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Heels4Hire, a Triangle-based service company, and Kappa Sigma fraternity at UNC Chapel Hill will sponsor a benefit concert Tuesday, April 22 at 9 p.m. at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro. All proceeds from the event, “An EVE the Carolina Way”, will be donated to the Eve Carson Memorial Fund.
Doors to the show will open at 8 p.m., with the first band beginning at 9 p.m. Tickets will be available Monday and Tuesday for $10 in the Pit on the UNC Chapel Hill campus and for $12 Tuesday night at Cat’s Cradle. Three local bands, Tobacco Road, Franklin and the Doo Rags, and AlphaMusic - the Kappa Sigma fraternity house band, will perform.
Ed Gronet, Founder of Heels4Hire, says the concert is one way to celebrate Eve’s life and ensure her inspirational message is carried forward. “We’re lucky that Eve was a part of our family here at UNC,” Gronet said. “Her passion, dedication and love for her community have been an inspiration to us all.”
The event marks the second year Heels4Hire and Kappa Sigma have co-hosted a benefit at Cat’s Cradle. Last year, a concert held for the Amani Children’s Foundation raised more than $1,600.
Heels4Hire is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni/student-run company. Since its inception, the company has provided motivated and highly-qualified workers to deliver a wide-range of services for the Triangle community. Areas of expertise include, but are not limited to: manual labor for the yard or home, tutoring, babysitting, event staffing, and office work.
For more information visit www.heels4hire.net.