“A new co-working space out of the American Underground team is about to debut in downtown Durham’s Kress & Co. Building on Main Street. Gridworks Durham is being advertised as a co-working and small office space that targets the freelance and small business community. It’s a change of pace from American Underground, which focuses on entrepreneurs.”
The Durham Bulls will host their annual Job Fair on Saturday, Jan. 21 to fill part-time game day positions for the 2017 season. The fair will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the PNC Triangle Club at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Ten Nonprofits Collect Prizes in American Tobacco’s 7th Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge
Trees Remain on Display Through January 1, 2017.
(Durham) – Dec. 18, 2016 – Ten area nonprofits came away with prizes as part of American Tobacco’s seventh annual Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge. The terrific tannenbaums will remain on display through January 1, 2017.
More than 50 nonprofits decorated Christmas trees at Diamond View Park in front of Aloft Downtown Durham hotel, most reflecting the important mission of each organization. You can view the trees here. Sponsoring this popular tradition were FOX 50, DPAC, Durham Bulls, WRAL Out & About, WRAL.com and FHI360.
Online/Text/App Vote Winners:
1st Place – $5,000 – #8 – Coalition to Unchain Dogs
2nd Place – $2,500 – #47 – Saving Grace Animals for Adoption
3rd Place – $1,000 – #11 – Hope Animal Rescue
FHI 360 – American Tobacco Tenant Choice Award – $500 – #3 – Durham Rescue Mission
DPAC Community Star Award – #36 – DPAC Ticket Package Valued at $1500-$2000 – Durham Ballet Theatre
Fox 50 Community First Award – :30 PSA Values at $1,500 – #49 – Carolina Donor Services
Wool E Prime Cut Award – Use of the American Tobacco Suite at the Durham Bulls valued at $1,400 – #33- Alex’s Lemonade Stand
Celebrity Choice Awards:
Celebrity Choice Award – $1,000 – #14 – Bee Downtown
Celebrity Choice Award – $1,000 – #13 – WinGs Inc.
Celebrity Choice Award – #4 – Habitat for Humanity of Durham
Special thanks to our sponsors Fox50, WRAL.com, WRAL Out & About, Durham Bulls, FHI360, and DPAC.
The prize-winners were first announced during Sunday’s evening newscast on FOX 50, which also sponsored a broadcast campaign supporting the Tree Challenge.
“A Christmas tree made of 120 new bicycles that will be donated to needy children will lit up at the American Tobacco Campus on Friday December 2nd.
The Tree of Bikes, based on a project done in New Zealand and now the first of its kind in the United States, has transformed what was for more than a decade a modest effort to give local children bicycles for Christmas into a community-wide event to celebrate the spirit of giving.”
Read more in the News & Observer. Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/counties/durham-county/article118332938.html#storylink=cpy