Master P and Chief Monroe Speaks to Dads and DaughtersNolimit Larry’s COMP Program presents the second annual Guys & Dolls Event, a Father / Daughter Dance to make memories and highlight the importance of the father role in a daughter’s life. Chief Rodney Monroe, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Chief of Police, will give an inspirational charge to fathers and their daughters that evening. While hip hop icon, Master P, speaks on his own challenges and joyous moments as a father.
Event: Guys & Dolls :: 2nd Annual Nolimit Larry Father Daughter Dance
Date/Time: Fri., Nov. 9, 2012 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Grimes Hall, Johnson C. Smith University Campus 100 Beatties Ford Rd., Charlotte, NC 28216
Intent: Nolimit's COMP Program wants to build the essential relationship between a girl and her father.
Tickets: Online sales have ended; however, to attend please contact Denada@bellaboca.com or call 980.224.3292.
For more information about Nolimit’s COMP Foundation visit http://nolimitlarry.com/comp-program/. To interview Nolimit Larry or attend event, contact Denada Jackson at Denada@bellaboca.com or 704-957-1447.
The Children of Murdered Parents (COMP) Program was founded in 2005 by No Limit Larry under his family’s organization, Critical Times. COMP serves as the lifeline for children who have loss a parent to death by providing guardians or remaining parents with social and financial needs.
About No Limit Larry
NoLimit Larry is host of CBS Radio's morning show - The No Limit Larry & The Morning Maddhouse on WPEG Power 98. During his tenure in the business, Larry has become one of the most recognizable names in radio. He’s earned Personality of the Year twice by Retail and Records, number 23 in the Source Magazine’s Top 30 Top Radio Power DJs, Creative Loafing Personality of the Year award along with the Urban League 2012 Leadership Award.