Out Raleigh! 2014



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Family, Friends and Fun!!
 
The LGBT Center of Raleigh is proud to host its fourth annual Out! Raleigh festival on May 3rd from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Downtown Raleigh! 
 
The festival is free to attend and is open to the public. The event will showcase local performers, businesses, food and art from LGBTQ friendly vendors.
 
The year 2014 represents our ever growing LGBTQ and ally’s community with our logo focusing on the seed of life and growth in the City of Oaks. 
 
With Executive Director, James Miller, Executive Assistant, Kelly Taylor, Steven Butler, Kellie Burris, Rebecca Chapin and Carson Fernandez leading the Out! Raleigh Executive Committee Out! Raleigh 2014 is positioned for even greater success!
 
The talent and fabulousness of these dedicated leaders have an outstanding team to back them up for Out! Raleigh 2014 and they are ready to make this event even bigger. The team includes Kim Chapin, Amos Cooper, Scott Hoar, Jim Manchester, Holly Owens, Matthew Wood, Rev. Jenna Zirbel and new this year- Out! Raleigh Intern, Caitlin Davis. 
 
If you would like to participate at the festival as a vendor or volunteer, please visit our website at http://www.outraleigh.org or the LGBT Center of Raleigh website http://www.lgbtcenterofraleigh.com/. 
 
Remember to check the Facebook page frequently for updated events and to participate in our OutRaleigh fundraisers! 
 
Last year, the Out! Raleigh festival had the biggest attendance to date and we’re hoping to top that this year! So be sure join us for food, fun and festivities as we usher in another truly historic Out! Raleigh. We look forward to seeing you!
 
CONTACT:    Kelly Taylor / 919-832-4484 /       ktaylor@lgbtcenterofraleigh.com
 
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