Calling All Bloggers: Peachy Keen’s FROZEN Fall Fashion Show

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Calling all bloggers!

Peachy Keen’s FROZEN Fall Fashion Show is coming up on Wednesday, October 29th at 6pm. With drinks, hor d’oervors, shopping, prizes and a runway show it’s sure to be a fun Girl’s Night Out!

They are looking for fashion/lifestyle/photography bloggers to come to their show (complimentary ticket) in exchange for writing about the show on blogs and helping to promote the event prior to the show.

All the details about our show can be found here: http://pkfrozen.eventbrite.com

For more information, contact Jen at Peachy Keen boutique! shout@thepeachykeen.com

Join the North Carolina Blogger Network: PROMO CODE!

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Our friends over at the North Carolina Blogger Network have officially launched!! AWESOME!!

The NC Blogger Network was founded in the summer of 2014 by Nikol Murphy and Allison Carter.

After attending multiple blogger events and engaging in many NC-based blogger forums, they realized that there were so many wonderful blog-related opportunities in the state that others should know about.  The Tar Heel state houses some amazing, brilliant, ground-breaking bloggers.

They embarked on a mission to unite and share all the phenomenal happenings around the state.

The NC Blogger Network hosts events around the state (be sure to find your region of the NC Blogger Network or join then at a happening down the road), they feature blog and state-travel related tips (submit your tip to them to be featured), they offer resources and education on blogging and social media to members (become a member today for a low annual fee), and they host the popular #Blogging411 show.

There is something there for everyone, for every type of blogger, and they look forward to helping you be the best blogger you can be!

So, check them out and join now! Use code “TriFABB2014″ for 15% off your membership!

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW: Transform the Night!

Transform the Night

Over the past two years that triFABB has been around, we have supported many local non-profits and charities… we really believe in giving back. One of the organizations that we support most often is Transforming Hope, a local organization working to rescue young girls out of the horrific sex trafficking industry… RIGHT here in our community.

There are TWO DAYS LEFT to get your tickets for Transforming Hope’s first annual Masquerade Ball called TRANSFORM THE NIGHT.

It’s going to be an AMAZING evening of music, dancing, great food, and learning about the vision that Transforming Hope has for saving girls in our community and beyond.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! 
transform the night FAQs
What is the goal of the evening? What are we supporting by attending?
Transform the Night is our way of bringing awareness to the issue of human trafficking. Primarily, this event is meant to connect with you, to introduce you and your friends to Transforming Hope, and to allow us to connect with you and your passion to end human trafficking and exploitation in our community. The net profits from this event will go to support programs being developed for 2015. To learn more about our mission and programs, please click here.

Where is the masquerade ball located?
The masquerade ball is located at the Raleigh Country Club on 400 Donald Ross Dr, Raleigh, NC 27610, near downtown Raleigh.

Where do we park? Is there a fee for parking?
There is one large parking lot covering the front of the building and it is free.

When does the ball begin/end?
Food will be served starting at 7pm and the evening will conclude with a DJ and dancing from approximately 9 to 11pm.

What is the dress code?
We encourage everyone to dig up those fancy dresses and tuxedos but black tie is optional. Masks are also optional but will be available for purchase. Mask prices range from $5-15.

What is the agenda for the evening?
We’ll begin with heavy hors d’oeuvres, chef stations, nonalcoholic beverages, and a cash bar, followed by a short presentation, a professional music performance, and then ending the night with a DJ, dancing, and dessert.

How much are tickets? Can I purchase at the door?
Tickets are currently $60 per person or you can save $20 by purchasing two tickets for $100. Tickets sales end on September 30th at 11:59pm. Due to venue policy, we cannot sell tickets at the door.

How do I purchase tickets? Will tickets be mailed to me or do I pick them up? What if I am purchasing for someone else?
Tickets can be purchased via our online store by clicking here. Once we receive an email confirmation of your purchase, tickets will be mailed to you or you can simply check in at the table at the Raleigh Country Club on October 3rd. If you are purchasing for someone else, please be sure to put their name in the “memo” box when purchasing so that we can be sure to put their name on the list.

EVENT: Triangle Momma’s Night Out

 

 

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We are really excited to announce our September meetup which is a very special meetup… a momma’s night out! 

It’s happening September 25th, from 7-9pm at Progeny Shoppe in Raleigh, NC. RSVP to kristin@progenyshoppe.com. 

There’s also a fun giveaway happening on still being molly’s blog! Check it out and see you there!

 

One of the Nation’s Fastest Growing Workout Concepts Expands to Chapel Hill

Featured in The New York Times, SELF Magazine and Men’s Journal, Orangetheory Fitness uses heart-rate-monitored high-intensity interval training to maximize calorie burn up to 1,000 calories from one 60-minute class

Orangetheory Fitness is an energizing group interval fitness concept that’s sweeping the nation. The unique fitness program is expanding in North Carolina with a new studio in Chapel Hill opening fall 2014. The studio will be housed in the quaint and convenient Meadowmont Village shopping center, where a pre-sale location is open now to introduce people to the Orangetheory Fitness concept and, most importantly, let members secure their memberships and packages at reduced founders’ rates available only before the studio opens.

Orangetheory Fitness was introduced to North Carolina in January 2014 at its Morrisville studio location in Park West Village shopping center. The new Chapel Hill studio is the second of several Orangetheory Fitness locations planned to open in the Triangle area across the next year.

“We can’t wait to open our doors to the Chapel Hill community and help people get toned, lose inches, gain energy and reach their fitness goals,” said Kristie Shifflette, local franchise owner of Orangetheory Fitness. “The success of our program is clear when you see current members and hear about their experiences.”

During each hour-long class, Orangetheory Fitness participants wear heart-rate-monitors as they go through interval training and short bursts of exercise designed to maximize the Orange Effect, which adds extra caloric burn for up to 36 hours after the workout. Participants burn 500 to 1,000 calories per 60-minute class – one of the many reasons Orangetheory Fitness is featured in several national publications as a highly effective new workout.

To learn more about the plateau-busting workouts, community members can stop by the pre-sale location at 606 Meadowmont Village Circle, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 or call (919) 883-9424. Additionally, everyone is invited to participate in a Facebook giveaway for the chance to win a one month Premier Membership valid for unlimited classes at the Chapel Hill studio. Fans can participate now by entering the sweepstakes on the Orangetheory Fitness Chapel Hill Facebook page. One participant will be selected at random from all entries submitted by Aug. 15.

Orangetheory Fitness memberships do not require a long-term commitment and can currently be purchased at limited discounted founders’ rates for new members at the Chapel Hill studio.

About Orangetheory Fitness
Orangetheory Fitness is a one-of-a-kind group personal training workout broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training. Backed by the science of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, Orangetheory Fitness’ heart-rate-monitored training is designed to keep heart rates in a target zone that stimulates metabolism and increases energy. Led by skilled instructors, participants use a variety of equipment including treadmills, rowing machines, SBT Suspension Training and free weights, burning up to 1,000 calories per class. The result is the Orange Effect – more energy, visible toning and extra calorie burn for up to 36 hours post-workout.

The Not So Normal 5K + Weekend: Carrboro and Chapel Hill Family-Friendly Festivities

The Not So Normal 5K + Weekend, a three-day celebration of community and philanthropy, kicks off Sept. 12 and introduces a family-friendly lineup of activities in Carrboro and Chapel Hill, all culminating with a festive 5K race and outdoor country music concert Sunday, Sept. 14. From date nights for parents to babysitting options and pajama parties for the kids, there will be a variety of events for the community to enjoy all while helping raise money for deserving charities. The best part, unlike other races, 100 percent of proceeds from all 5K registration fees goes directly to nonprofits. Learn more about each event and the nonprofit beneficiaries.

Family-friendly events include:

·           Friday and Saturday Night (Sept. 12 and 13): Kids’ parties each night, babysitting options, restaurant specials, comedy shows, outdoor movie and a Carrboro Art Walk, “Meet the Merchants.”

·   Sunday Morning (Sept. 14):

o   The Not So Normal 5K race…well, not quite 5K. We shortened to 2.95 miles to make it flatter and a little easier. Why? Because it’s not so normal! Active families will run or walk this fun run, and strollers are welcome on the course. Registration is just $25 and all proceeds go directly to charity. Participants are also asked to bring one book for Book Harvest and/or two canned goods for local food distribution organizations, TABLE and PORCH.

o   Kids’ races, obstacles, face painting and tons of family-fun activities. Children 8 and under are free!

·  Sunday Night (Sept. 14): Frankie Ballard Live Presented by 94.7 QDR and The Not So Normal 5K + Weekend. Hosted at University Mall in Chapel Hill, the outdoor concert will feature rising country music star Frankie Ballard, and opening acts Casey Jamerson, Stereosparks and The BuzzTown Band, and DSI Comedy Theater getting the crowd ready to rock. The concert benefits The ArtsCenterNC Children’s Promise and Kidzu Children’s Museum. Tickets are $9.47 and can be purchased online here.

The Not So Normal 5K + Weekend, presented by Mom in Chapel Hill, celebrates community and with a little music and exercise thrown in! Concepted and brought to life by founder and stay-at-home dad Jay Radford, the inaugural events benefit local nonprofits. It’s anything but average! A full weekend of fundraising for local nonprofits, enjoying time in your community and great 5k… Learn more by visiting, www.notsonormal5k.com.

If you’d like to enter to win two tickets to the Frankie Ballard concert, Follow triFABB on Facebook and leave a comment on this post with your name and why you want to attend the concert! A winner will be emailed and chosen Friday, September 5th!

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