Aaron’s signs on as title sponsor of New Year’s Chaos

Aaron’s, a national leader in the sales and lease ownership and specialty retailing of residential and office furniture, consumer electronics, home appliances and accessories, has signed on as the title sponsor of New Year’s Chaos, Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013, at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Va.

The main event of the show features wrestling superstars Goldust and “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters in a steel-cage grudge match. The card also has a match between Micro Championship Wrestling world champion Meatball and challenger Short Sleeve Sampson from the TruTV reality show “Hulk Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling.”

Other superstars on the card for Chaos include “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Daivari, Mohamad Ali Vaez, Jason Gory and Facade.

The show is a benefit for the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program, which provides an array of programs and services to men and women suffering from physical and mental ailments related to military service.

Aaron’s is a major sponsor of the Wounded Warrior Project and the Armed Forces Foundation, two organizations that work at the national level to assist wounded military veterans.

As part of the title sponsorship for New Year’s Chaos, participating Aaron’s stores in Waynesboro, Harrisonburg and Charlottesville will serve as the exclusive ticket outlets for the event.


– Waynesboro: 132A Lucy Lane, Waynesboro VA (

– Charlottesville: 330 Pantops Center, Charlottesville VA (
– Harrisonburg: 109-A South Carlton St., Harrisonburg, VA (
– Harrisonburg: 1721 South High St., Harrisonburg, VA (

More information at www.TopRopeProWrestling.com.

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