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Sports memorabilia sale benefits American Diabetes Association
Sports memorabilia sale benefits American Diabetes AssociationApril 09, 2008SU News ServicesSUnews@syr.edu
The College of Human Ecology’s Sport Management Department ‘After the Auction’ sale is happening now! Students, faculty and staff (and their friends and families) are invited to visit the event website at http://www.sucharitysportsauction.com to view and purchase more than 70 items ranging from tickets and jewelry to video games and autographed sports memorabilia. All items are available at deeply discounted prices on a first-come, first-served basis.
All monies raised through this sale will continue to benefit the SPM Club as well as the American Diabetes Association. Cash and credit cards (VISA, MC, AmEx) will be accepted through end-of-day, Friday, April 18. Purchased items can be picked up at the Sport Management Department offices at 810 Nottingham Rd. (to the left of the main Drumlins complex). Purchased items can be shipped directly to a person’s home; costs are charged to the buyer. Also available for $3.50 (cash purchase, only) are Kyle Lograsso’s bracelets, with proceeds to benefit “Through Kyle’s Eyes,” a charity whose funds go to the hospital that helped him as well as on-going cancer research.
Anyone interested in purchasing items should contact Kate Futrell at 443-9816, or email email@example.com.