Atlanta Covenant House With Brides Against Breast Cancer Produce a Night of Music and Comedy Event Featuring Comedian Ron White Along With Singer-Songwriter Margo Rey

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Event proceeds benefit Covenant House International.

Atlanta-based charity organization Covenant House along with Brides Against Breast Cancer will present a special night of music and comedy featuring 6-time Billboard Top 40 Singer-Songwriter Margo Rey and a special guest performance by Comedian Ron White to benefit local homeless children in the Atlanta area on Tuesday September 17 at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta, GA. The show starts at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7:00pm to the general public. Ron White will do a short performance to be followed by a performance by Margo Rey who currently has a top 20 Billboard hit with “Tempted.”

Singer-Songwriter Margo Rey is the National Ambassador for Brides Against Breast Cancer, an organization aimed at raising funds for education, information and outreach services to cancer patients and their families. One of her song hits, “Let The Rain,” a top 20 Billboard charting song, is the official theme song for the Brides Against Breast Cancer nationwide campaign that is currently underway. "From my perspective as a breast cancer warrior now undergoing chemotherapy, I believe that education and personal support are just as critical as prompt medical treatment," said Margo Rey. "It is my pleasure to join Brides Against Breast Cancer to raise awareness and help ensure that no one ever has to face cancer alone."

Event tickets are now available for $50 and there are a limited amount of VIP tickets available that include a meet and greet with Margo Rey and Ron White for $200. Tickets can be purchased through or by calling 800-745-3000.


Margo Rey’s alternative pop songs have captured a worldwide audience with her unforgettable melodies, groove oriented arrangements and enduring, socially conscious lyrics. Her Christmas song “This Holiday Night” was the only original Christmas song to chart last year and topped out at #4. Her biggest hit, “Let the Rain,” co-written with the legendary John Oates, remained on the charts for 21 weeks. Rey’s newest single, “Tempted,” is presently on the Top 20 charts and currently being played on radio stations across the United States. For more information about Margo Rey: .

Comedian Ron “Tater Salad” White, best known as the cigar smoking, scotch drinking funnyman from the “Blue Collar Comedy” phenomenon comes home to Atlanta to lend his name and time in support of these two worthy causes. White will make a special guest appearance at this show benefiting Covenant House and Brides Against Breast Cancer. White has achieved two Grammy nominations, a Gold Record, two of the top rated one-hour specials in Comedy Central history, a book that appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List, and CD and DVD sales of over 10 million units. For more information about Ron White: .


Brides Against Breast Cancer, a Sarasota, Florida-based charity organization that offers nationwide free information, programs and services to cancer patients, caregivers and family members, while connecting them with others who are undergoing a similar experience.

Brides Against Breast Cancer (BABC) is a wholly owned affiliate of the Center for Building Hope, headquartered in Sarasota, FL. The Center offers free information, programs and services to cancer patients, caregivers and family members, while connecting them with others who are undergoing a similar experience. Our goal in the coming year is to make free CBH programs and services available to anyone, anywhere through a nationwide online network of more than 100 affiliates called the Network for Building Hope. To help achieve that goal, we have just announced the "Say I DO" campaign, led by our national ambassador Singer/Songwriter Margo Rey, a breast cancer survivor, and her fiancé, Comedian Ron White.

For more information, please visit Brides Against Breast Cancer’s official website at


Covenant House opened its doors in 2000 to provide shelter and services to Atlanta’s homeless and runaway youth. For over a decade, the organization has dedicated their services to helping young people suffering from homelessness, sexual exploitation, involved in drug-dealing, theft and other anti-social activities. More than 15,000 youth have received support from CHGA since 2000. Currently, more than 1300 homeless and at-risk youth are given support and help every year. The waiting list, at times, is dishearteningly long. Covenant House Georgia is a full partner of Covenant House International, the largest privately funded agency in the United States providing shelter and services to homeless and at-risk youth.

Covenant House Georgia is the only program of its kind in Georgia serving homeless kids every night between midnight and 8:00 AM. Five nights a week, our Outreach Van visits some of the most distressed neighborhoods of Atlanta, seeking out sexually exploited youth, drug dealers, and gang members in the hopes of saving a life. Since opening the Center on Broad Street in 2006, more than 10,000 young people have walked through the doors looking for assistance with shelter, food, clothing, education, and employment. Every day young men and women have come here in search of crisis counseling, employment, a GED diploma, or a safe place to sleep.

For more information, please visit Covenant House’s official website at

For more information about Covenant House and the September 17 event, please contact Velena Vego please contact 706-549-2740 or by email: velenavego(at)gmail(dot)com.

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