Dancing With The Stars WWE Style!

Author: Linda Lee

Things are really heating up at CBS Radio Detroit where WYCD’s Rob Stone is getting ready to compete in the annual Dancing With The Stars event to benefit Faith in Action of Oakland County. One of the competitors also happens to work in the building here at CBS at WYCD’s sister station. See what happens when Rob and Julia call each other out in a classic WWE style war of words. It looks like Rob was channeling “The Rock” and Julia, Bret “The Hitman” Hart. Watch this…

Special thanks to WYCD’s Frank Williams Jr. for shooting and editing the video above! YOU ROCK!!!

Rob & Linda invite you to come join us and watch Rob Stone compete against other Detroit celebrities in a Dancing With The Stars style competition to benefit Faith in Action, which helps local seniors remain independent in their homes!

Save the date of January 23, 2016 from 7-11pm for our Dancing with the Stars fundraiser to benefit Faith in Action of Oakland County. It will be held at the San Marino Club in Troy.

Your $55 ticket includes: Appetizer stations, an OPEN BAR and the best entertainment you could ever imagine!

WYCD’s Chuck Edwards will be the event MC and this years judges are: WXYZ News Anchor Stephen Clark, Oakland County Judge, Honorable Julie A. Nicholson, veteran broadcaster Alisa Zee and WYCD’s Linda Lee

Thanks to Jamie from the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Sterling Heights, Rob Stone is already taking weekly dance lessons and learning his routine. Rob is excited, and admits that prior to this, his only dance experience was late night ‘free-styling’ at the club!

Rob Stone

Here’s how YOU can help right now:  Rob Stone needs your votes to win the People’s Choice Award before the actual competition starts! Every $10 donation to Faith in Action counts as one vote towards the “People’s Choice Award” and I hope you can vote at least once to help this awesome organization,  and show YOUR SUPPORT for my buddy Rob too! Click HERE now to vote for Rob Stone!

Faith in Action matches community volunteers with seniors and the homebound who need help with everyday activities. It’s a partnership of community faith groups, human service agencies, local businesses, and volunteers dedicated to delivering free services to help seniors stay in their homes. FIA provides transportation to doctor appointments, shopping, and worship services; runs errands such as grocery shopping and picking up prescriptions; relief to caregivers, including friendly visits and phone calls; and home repairs, light housekeeping, and yard work. These services are provided by screened, trained and insured volunteers.

Check out this impressive list of local STARS who are lacing up their dance shoes in hopes of dancing away with their own Mirror Ball! Only a limited number of tickets are available, and so CLICK HERE to get yours now before this super-entertaining event sells out!



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