Thursday, November 13, 2014

Prince Rupert Rotary Club ready to deliver 50th Rotary Auction to viewers

Next Monday evening, residents of the North Coast will be able to follow along with the bidding on a range of products and services,  scanning the many options available to find a deal or two as the Prince Rupert Rotary Club presents the 50th edition of their annual Rotary Auction.

The three day event is a popular fund raiser for the local service organization,  requiring a major effort from Rotarian's, their families and other community volunteers to pull it all off.

The pre bidding in fact is already underway, launched on November 11th through the online home of the Rotary auction for this year.  You can set up your Buyer ID here, something which is required for the auction process.

Details on the bidding process and other items related to the auction can be found here.

This year's three days of auction activities offer up the opportunity to bid on close to 85,000 dollars in merchandise all to be put up for bid by the time Wednesday night gavel hits the desk and the auction comes to a close.

You can review the items available for bid by way of the options listed below

Item Number
Items by Business
Items by Value
Items by Donation

You can also learn more about the Rotary Auction from their Facebook page and those that check that out might want to click like, as it enters them in the draw for a 100 dollar gift card from Safeway.

Show times for the three nights of the Auction are as follows:

Monday, November 17--  6:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Tuesday, November 18-- 6:30 to 10:30 PM
Wednesday, November 19-- 6:30 to 10:30 PM

The Auction is televised through CityWest Cable 10 on all three evenings.

For those that may not subscribe to CityWest for their television needs, or those who may be away from the TV on those nights, a feed of the action of auction nights will also available online here.

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