The RED Party Will Not Disappoint as the Most Haunted Halloween Party in Charleston

I am so excited about The RED Party happening at the Old City Jail on Thursday, October 28, 2010. Stylee PR & Marketing is sponsoring the event this year! The Old City Jail, just featured this week on A&E as one of the most haunted buildings in the Unites States, is quite a venue for a Halloween party.

Mystery, intrigue and pure enchanting delight will meet a red theme from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. The historic building that houses the American College of the Building Arts will be transformed into a rich red decadence that only ACBA can produce. Come dressed in… red and mask your face. So if you are brave enough to serve time at the most haunted building in Charleston, there are still tickets available for the party.

The event will host a silent auction including incredible luxury trips, fine art, exciting adventures and items crafted by the students of ACBA! DJ Arthur Brouthers will have the crowd dancing to beats while guests enjoy an open bar and a delicious repast sponsored and prepared by Good Food Catering.

Other sponsors for the event include: Bulldog Tours who take brave tourists to the Old City Jail for scary Ghost Tours, Wood Aesthetics, Banks Creative, Carr Properties, Event Works, PDA, Sunshine House, Flyway, TCC of South Carolina and Nature’s Calling.

Tickets are $55 in advance and $65 at the door. To purchase tickets please call 843-577-5245 or visit our website at www.buildingartscollege.us. To learn more about the ACBA, check out the video created by Stylee PR and PalmettoSky Media.

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