The Charley Foundation, the Nashville-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports area children's charities, announced today two additional "Rumble on the Row" bouts scheduled for the 15th Annual Ringside: A Fight for Kids gala happening for Friday, March 1 in Liberty Hall at The Factory in Franklin, TN.
Country artist Andy Velo dukes it out with Brandon Perdue (A&R/ Creative Director at Riser Entertainment/Song Factory), and Jenny Sciullo (co-owner of Phivestarr Productions) will dance in the ring with entertainment attorney Farrah Usmani (Loeb & Loeb).
Previously announced "Rumble on the Row" bouts include Scott Gaines (APD/MD PM Drive at Kicks 101-5 Atlanta) vs. Chris Waters (Director of Promotion, Pearl Records), and Adam Davis (Content Director, Sony Music Nashville) vs. Alan Bullington (co-founder and CEO, MGC Sports).
A Fight for Kids is an action-packed evening of gourmet dining, music, surprise celebrity guests, a silent auction with numerous one-of-a-kind items and boxing. This year's gala theme will be "80s Prom".
The annual Ringside event supports The Charley Foundation. Through donations, sponsorships and fundraising events, The Charley Foundation supports agencies that provide relief for area children who are victims of neglect, abuse or other crises, children who live with chronic or critical illness, children who endure poverty or homelessness, and children who require mentoring or other proactive outreach. An entirely volunteer-driven organization, The Charley Foundation guarantees that each charitable agency it supports is a non-profit, tax-exempt charity governed by volunteers.