CBC Stations Greet Fair-goers

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CBC Stations Greet Fair-goers

The North Carolina State Fair draws to a close this weekend, but loyal CBC television and radio fans still have a chance to come out and visit. WRAL-TV, FOX 50, WRAL-FM MIX 101.5 and WCMC-FM 99.9 are all represented in the CBC tent just outside Dorton Arena in the fairgrounds.

Bill & Sheri
WRAL-FM’s Bill Jordan (left) & Sheri Logan sign autographs for their morning show fans.
FOX 50 Cash Cow
FOX 50’s Cash Cow is the biggest cow at the fair, hands down.
CBC Tent
CBC’s Triangle television & radio stations joined forces to fill one big tent outside Dorton Arena.

WRAL-TV personalities have been signing autographs all week and will continue through the weekend. The station is giving away “WRAL News” wristbands, “Wake Up With Friends” magnets, balloons, WRAL bags, plastic cups and Philanthropy Journal mouse pads.

Fair-goers can also sign up for Mark’s Road Crew and get a bumper sticker in the CBC tent. And a WRAL.com kiosk lets folks visit the web site and even see themselves online via the Web cam set up in the tent.

99.9 Van
Triangle’s latest radio station, CBC’s The New 99.9 Genuine Country parked its new van at the tent.
Faye Parker
Faye Parker, Clay Aiken‘s mom, sports her new t-shirt.
CBC Tent
A steady stream of fair-goers stops by the CBC tent for autographs.
Mark's Road Show
Fair-goers can sign up for “Mark’s Road Show” in the CBC tent.
FOX 50 Cash Cow
The FOX 50 Cash Cow stands guard over the celebrities in the CBC tent.
David Crabtree
WRAL-TV’s David Crabtree signs an autograph for one of his news fans.

FOX 50 has a rather large guest in the tent. A ten-foot inflatable Cash Cow is greeting fans.

MIX 101.5 WRAL-FM personalities have been signing autographs throughout the week. The station is also handing out prizes from “Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit” movie.

David CrabtreeA variety of WRAL News personalities visit with viewers in the CBC tent, including David Crabtree.

Mark Roberts
WRAL-TV’s Mark Roberts reports live from the fair.

Josh Gracin
Country music’s Josh Gracin flashes a smile for 99.9.

CBC’s new radio station The New 99.9 Genuine Country is attending its first N.C. State Fair. Fair-goers can register to win a “Trip for Two to the CMA Awards in NYC.”   99.9 is also meeting with the country artists performing at the State Fair, and the new truck is displayed by the CBC tent. 

Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers stops by to support 99.9 Genuine Country.
State Fair sign
The State Fair is a staple of the CBC year.
Mark Roberts
WRAL-TV’s Mark Roberts greets a future driver at the fair.
  WRAL News wristband
WRAL-TV is handing out WRAL News wristbands in the tent.
Ken Bodine
WRAL-TV News Photographer Ken Bodine catches some of the action at the fair for the news.
A Surprise Star
WRAL-TV Promotion Coordinator Debbie Strange (pictured left with WRAL-TV News Anchor Bill Leslie) always works hard in the CBC tent come Fair time. She works behind the scenes at the station usually, but this year has become a celebrity in her own right. Many viewers are recognizing her in the CBC tent from her role in the “Wake Up With Friends” morning news promo.

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