Battle Of Bands To Benefit Durham Youth Program
Posted February 14, 2006 7:42 a.m. EST
DURHAM, N.C. — Eight Triangle companies, including Capitol Broadcasting Co., WRAL-TV's parent company, will participate this spring in the first-ever Triangle Corporate Battle of the Bands, sponsored by McKinney and the American Tobacco Campus.
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Triangle Corporate Battle of the Bands
Scheduled for Saturday, May 20, the event's proceeds will benefit youth workshops and apprenticeship programs of SeeSaw Studio, which provides workshops and apprenticeships for low-income youth in the areas of design, entrepreneurship, art and life skills.
The following eight Triangle corporate bands will compete:Compuware Corporation, The Compuwarians GlaxoSmithKline, The Pharmers Kontek Systems, Inc., The RGBGs Patterson, Dilthey, Clay, Bryson & Anderson, Attractive Nuisance Smith Barney, uPtick Smith Breeden Associates, Inc., Bond-Age Capitol Broadcasting Co., Inc., Transmit This! Caterpillar, Loader.