CBC Stations Go To The Fair

CBC Stations Go To The Fair

The North Carolina State Fair is underway, and Capitol Broadcasting Company is once again hosting a tent for its Triangle television and radio stations. WRAL-TV, WRAL-FM and FOX50 have set up shop near the Dorton Arena to meet the public. The three stations will have personalities on hand to sign autographs and will be doing some live breaks from the fairgrounds.

CBC stations are selling “One Nation” t-shirts at the fair.

MIX 101.5 is giving away magnets and broadcasting live from the tent periodically.

The stations will be handing out several items such as magnets and bags as well as selling t-shirt and mugs with station logos. WRAL-TV will also be selling a patriotic “One Nation” t-shirt, and FOX50 will join them in giving away window decals of the American Flag. The stations will also be collecting donations for the “Relief for America” Fund and selling “FDNY” caps as a fundraiser for New York Firefighters.

FOX50 is sponsoring a State Fair tent with CBC stations WRAL-TV and MIX 101.5.

FOX50 will hold a “Hank Hill Look-Alike” contest on the last Saturday of the fair, October 20. Fairgoers can enter in four categories: Hank, Peggy, Bobby or Boomhauer, characters from the FOX animated series, “King of the Hill.” Great prizes from Surburban Propane, Jiffy Lube & Next Level Video Games will be awarded. The costume characters from the show will make appearances each day at the fair.

Patrons can donate to the Relief for America fund.

WRAL-TV & FOX50 will broadcast footage from the fairgrounds during newscasts.

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