Carol Cain, Terry Foster And Other Local Celebrities Dance For A Cause

Tri-County Business Exchange is hosting “Dancing with our Local Stars,” a fundraiser to benefit the American Diabetes Association, on Friday, Sept. 30, at the San Marino Club in Troy, located at 1685 E. Big Beaver (just west of John R).

Senior Producer and Host of Michigan Matters Carol Cain will dance with instructor Rich Jaramillo.

The line-up of local celebrities will also include Amy Lange, FOX 2 reporter, Annette Kelly, 2011 Mrs. Michigan United States, Donna Barbera, WJR radio personality, Eric Smith, Macomb County prosecutor, Peter Nielsen, world renowned fitness expert, Sean Forbes, deaf recording artist & D-PAN founder, and Terry Foster, 97.1 radio personality.

Other celebrity appearances include: Rachel Nevada, WCAR radio personality and master of ceremonies, Erin Nicole, WXYZ reporter, Kyla Marcial, 2010 Mrs. Michigan, Mark Hackel, Macomb County executive and Robert Ficano, Wayne County executive.

The professional dancers that will wow the audience with their talent on the dance floor include Elizabeth Wertenberger, 2011 Miss Michigan, Natalka Cap and Rich Jaramillo, and Anja and Tom Walthall.

Watch the music video  “Let’s Mambo” starring  Sean Forbes, Marlee Matlin and choreographed by Rich Jaramillo, Carol’s instructor. 

Advance reservations are required at or by calling 248-852-8077. VIP and reserved seating will be assigned in the order that they were purchased. Purchase tickets early as last year was a sell out! No walk-ins.

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