The 11th annual Ringside: A Fight For Kids, an annual black tie gala boxing event that supports The Charley Foundation, will take place Friday, March 13, 2015 at The Factory in Franklin, Tenn. Music industry members will square off for two “Rumble on the Row” bouts that evening.
Nashville music industry attorneys Scott Safford and Rob Femia (VP, Business & Legal at UMG Nashville) will touch gloves in the first “Rumble on the Row” three-round bout of the evening. Radio promotion professionals Stacy Blythe (Southeast Regional, Republic Nashville) and Anna Johnson (West Coast Promotions, MCA) then step into the ring to become the first female “Rumble on the Row” fighters in the event’s history.
The Charley Foundation is a Nashville non-profit organization that provides assistance to multiple charitable agencies throughout middle Tennessee, to assist disabled and underprivileged children.
“All four ‘Rumble’ boxers are committed and fiercely competitive in their jobs and are sure to bring their best on March 13,” said Carolyn Miller, founder and chairman of The Charley Foundation. “And kudos to Stacy and Anna for being the first women to step into the ring for this event to directly help impact the lives of so many local children.”
For tables, standing room only tickets and additional event information, please visit www.charleyfoundation.org. For training updates, visit www.rumbleontherow.com.
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