NGN Auction Update
As a follow up to our interview with Bruce Paynter from the Northwestern Gridiron Network, we wanted to pass along all the info for the upcoming auction. It’s not too late to check out some of the amazing things they have to offer!
Dear Fans of Northwestern Football:
This is your chance to preview (and even bid) on the fantastic items being offered in the 19th Annual NGN Auction to be held at Soldier Field on Saturday, June 2nd.
You can preview the entire Silent Auction catalogue by following this link: http://gridiron.auction-bid.org/
Whether you plan to attend the event in person or even if you are unable to do so, you can register for the new telephonic bidding system by using the link above. Once you have registered, you will be able to review and can even make bids on any of the great Silent Auction items. Please note that for Silent Items won by persons not attending the NGN Auction in person, payment will be expected within 14 days and that winning bidders will be expected to pay required shipping charges.
The highlight of every NGN Auction is undoubtedly the Live Auction – and this year is no exception. We have attached a bullet-point listing of the 11 Live Auction Items that will be going to lucky attendees – from great travel weekends to New York City, to a charter jet to either the Michigan or Michigan State games … from a fantastic Bruce Springsteen Concert package to travel opportunities to New York City, Vail and Bonita Springs, FL. Not to mention the always-popular opportunity to travel with the team to road games at Syracuse and Michigan. You will find some fantastic ways to support Wildcat football.
Please note that, with respect to the 11 Live Auction Items, bids cannot be made other than by those in attendance at the NGN Auction — no telephone bidding on Live Items (although sending a proxy with your bid is always an option!)
On behalf of the Northwestern Football program and the Northwestern Gridiron Network, we urge you to take this opportunity to step up and support the program in which we take such justifiable pride.
Go Cats! —– The Northwestern Gridiron Network