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Life's An Adventure, Let's Go to Drag Bingo!

  • Jan 8, 2011 · 7:00 PM
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What is DRAG BINGO, you ask?? The History In mid 2001 a friend and long time supporter of the Alliance, Michael Joyner, brought a unique special event idea to the then Director of Development Justin Leach. The event: Gay Bingo a wildly successful event in Philadelphia and Seattle!
Mary K Mart – a spectacular and beloved local performer - agreed to host the event. Mary K Mart was well-known for her popular show featuring “Mary K Mart and her Trailer Park Beauties.” Mary began to transform her cast of characters into BVDs – Bingo Verifying Divas – Chocolate Shakes, Winnie Baygo, Mini Mart, Betty Ford, Cruella, Miss Skittles, Roxy, Ho-She Man, and Yoko Homo were ready to play bingo. John Paul Womble agreed to chair the AAS-C DRAG BINGO committee including: Randy Light, Loretta Adams, Gene Schrecengost, Ginny Satterfield, Gaston Williams, Tania Boardman, Stephen Jackson, Adrianne Wilson, Wes Wilson and AAS-C staff person , Bill Seagroves. The Capital Corral, Von Kekel Salon and The Independent graciously signed on as founding sponsors to underwrite all the costs of the first year thus making it possible for all proceeds to go directly to the Alliance. With that, DRAG BINGO was born! Meetup Details We will meet inside the Durham Armory at 6:30 pm. The show begins at 7 pm. I will have a sign on the table to indicate our group. I recommend that you arrive by 6:30 if you want to sit with our group as seating will be very limited. I've been to several of these events and they seem to sell out!!! Having said that, you may want to purchase your tickets in advance. Advance tickets are $17.00 for General Admission, and $17.00 at the door on the night of the show. Remember, if you plan on purchasing tickets at the door, get there early to avoid the waiting list. You may purchase tickets in advance, and your seating will be guaranteed until 7:30pm. Advanced tickets are also available at the following places: Raleigh 1. This Just In Consignments 1526 Wake Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27608 2. Passage Consignment Shoppe 1924 Wake Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27608 3. Quail Ridge Books 3522 Wade Avenue Raleigh, NC 27607 4. White Rabbit Books 307 W. Martin Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Durham 1. Regulator Bookshop 720 Ninth Street Durham, NC 27705 Chapel Hill 1. Cameron's University Mall Chapel Hill, NC 27514 2. Cherry Pie 1819 Fordham Boulevard Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Looking forward to seeing you all there!! **NOTE: Please be mindful that the no-show policy is in play with this event. Also, please be considerate to your organizers and other group members by RSVPing rather than simply showing up to the event and hoping to be seated with the group.

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  • Maureen

    Just another fun night with some rather unique "girls" ;-)
    Thanks for organizing Christie - would definitely do it again!

    January 9, 2011

  • Christy

    Great time with you ladies tonight! I hope to see all of you again soon. G 54--OOOwa OOOwa

    January 9, 2011

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