WPEG's 28-Hour Broadcast raises $10K for The Center of Hope

After being on-air for 28 hours straight, No Limit Larry and The Morning Maddhouse raised $10,000 for The Salvation Army Center of Hope. It was all part of WPEG Power 98’s 28-Hour Broadcast.

“No matter how big or how small your donation was, just know that we really appreciate it, and the women and children of The Center of Hope really appreciate it,” said No Limit Larry of WPEG Power 98.

In what has become an annual tradition for Charlotte’s number one hip-hop radio station, The Morning Maddhouse crew spent 28 hours outside of The Center of Hope. They stayed on-air, broadcasting from six o’clock in the morning to 10 am the next day.

During that stretch, you never know who will stop by for an on-air interview, or to just drop off a donation. This year’s celebrity guests included comedian Donnell Rawlings, singer Al B. Sure, and the cast of OWN TV’s “To Have And To Hold: Charlotte”.

Carolina Panthers receivers Jarius Wright and DeAndrew White not only stopped by with a donation. They also spent time with kids at The Center of Hope’s Boys & Girls Club.

“Each and every year [the Charlotte community] show up and show out,” said No Limit Larry. “We made the goal.”

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