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The Rusty Ball

Join us in 2013 for our
6th Annual Event!

It's the night a crowd becomes a community!

The first Rusty Ball event in 2008 sold more than 1,000 tickets and raised $85,000 for 56 charity beneficiaries. One year later, the 2009 event nearly tripled the previous total, with 3,000 tickets purchased and $210,000 generated in support of 91 beneficiaries. Fundraising for the event has increased every year, with the 2012 event generating $482,000 in revenue for the benefit of 159 local charities. To date, The Spirit of Cincinnatus’ collaborative model has raised nearly $1,500,000 in support of Cincinnati’s charitable community.

Special Guest: Tiffany

Special Guest: Tiffany

Once upon a time in the 1980s, a little girl came to Nashville from her hometown of Norwalk, Calif., with dreams of becoming a country singer. She was raised on a steady diet of Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline, and by age 9 was performing their songs with her own band. The following year she was discovered by legendary country songwriters Hoyt and Mae Axton, and earned an invitation to perform in Music City on The Ralph Emery Show. Things didn’t work out as she’d hoped back then, but three years ago that same little girl—now all grown up, with a family of her own—returned to Nashville for good, determined to make her long-deferred dream come true.

A heck of a lot happened in between. Instead of finding a home in the country world, the teenage Tiffany instead became a pop superstar. She sold more than 15 million albums worldwide and scored hits like “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “Could’ve Been” and “All This Time.”

She recently starred in 2 Highly Rated SyFy Channel TV Movies (Mega Piranha & Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid), stars in a national commercial with Meatloaf, & appeared on the CBS TV shows “The Young & the Restless” & “How I Met Your Mother.”

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Duke Energy Convention Center
November 9, 2013
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A 21 and Older Event