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Lubbock Lions Club to host 50th Annual TV/Internet Auction

Provided by the Lubbock Lions Club

There is something for everyone at the Lubbock Lions Club's TV/Internet Auction! Sit back, enjoy and bid on items at The Lubbock Lions Club's 50th Annual TV/Internet Auction. 

The televised portion of the fundraising auction will be broadcast on KCBD News Channel 11 on Saturday, August 23, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. until midnight.

A Melodies in Motion Clock, A Wilson NFL Football autographed by Jace Amaro, former Texas Tech All-American Tight End and a Sharp 55” Aquos LED TV, full HD, WIFI via Roku Streaming Stick are among the many items available on both the Internet and TV.

Bidders who follow the Internet Auction will get to see merchandise as it is donated to the auction. Items valued below $100.00 are only available for bidding on the Internet. 

Items valued at $100.00 or more are available for bidding on both the Internet Site and during the live TV Auction. 

The Internet site also offers the option of bidding online to those who want to participate but may be out of the KCBD viewing area. 

Be sure to take advantage of our website's automatic bidding feature.

Thanks to the generosity of our area businesses Lubbock Lions Club is able to hold this fundraiser and provide a wonderful selection of items for auction.

Lubbock Lions Club members cover all club and administrative costs so that 100% of our fundraising profits can go to those less fortunate in our community.

Since 1929, the Lubbock Lions Club has donated over $4.5 million to charities.

A few of the charities that have benefited from the Lubbock Lions Club's fundraising events include LISD Eyeglasses for School Children, Boys and Girls Club of Lubbock, Scottish Rite Learning Center, Sick Children's Clinic, Lubbock Boy Scout Troop 157, Texas Boys Ranch, YWCA Adaptive Aquatics Program, Ronald McDonald House, Hope Lodge Lubbock and The Salvation Army.

The Lubbock Lions Club is the largest Lions Club in North America. Guided by the motto “We Serve”, Lions volunteer and raise funds to better the lives of people in our community. 

To donate merchandise, make a financial contribution or for information about joining our club, please call the Lubbock Lions Club Office at 806-763-4789.

Click on the link LubbockLionsAuction.com to view auction items.

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