Join us for the 3rd Annual Merry Mingle

It’s the 3rd Annual Merry Mingle, proudly (and jointly) hosted by the Triangle chapters of: AIGA, AAF, AMA, TIMA

And it’s your chance to network with members of the Triangle’s top advertising, marketing & communications organizations all at one time (while also contributing to a very worthy cause!)

Where is it?

Well, somewhere really cool, of course. Marbles Kids Museum, in downtown Raleigh.
201 East Hargett Street
Raleigh, NC 27601


Tuesday, Dec. 4th, from 6 to 9 pm.


Festive hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, and a chance to mingle with your favorite industry professionals (plus some you’ve never met but will be glad you did!). We now have a band that is going to perform this year—The Chris Hendricks Band!. We are having a silent auction with 20 or so items, and we have at least a dozen door prizes, like wine tasting cards courtesy of Raleigh Wine Shop, a Big Gift Basket from Burt’s Bees, a virtual tour on Google courtesy of Charles Register and much much more… We also have some great seasonal beer provided by Carolina Brewery, along with wine from the Raleigh Wine Shop.

Who benefits?

This year, it’s the Triangle Spokes Group, which has been pedaling joy to the Triangle since 2006 by giving away new bikes to need-worthy kids. We’re doing our best to help them reach this year’s goal of 500 bicycles-all brand new, and all guaranteed to bring ear-to-ear grins to faces throughout our area. To find out more about this fantastic non-profit, go to Check out this video about the Triangle Spokes Group.

Watch this at WNCN



RSVP early and it’s just $15 for members of hosting organizations and $20 for non-members. At the door, it’s $30 for everyone. And since all proceeds go directly to the Triangle Spokes Group, your money goes to buy new bikes for some great kids! (If you want, there will be additional ways to help at the Mingle.)

How do you get there?

First, RSVP here. Don’t miss out on this great event. It’s lots of fun and helps a great cause. If you can’t attend but want to contribute to the cause, you can donate here.

Want to help?

We need volunteers to check guests in and sell tickets at the door. Teams will work in shifts, so you’ll be able to enjoy the festivities too! This is a great way to meet everyone who attends the event! If you’re able to help, please contact our Community Organizer, Clay Braxton at

By Amy Lyons
Published December 2, 2012