Thank you for participating in our auction. The auction is now closed!
Winning bid of $3050.00 went to Inteqna, Recruitment Specialists.
United Way of the Alberta Capital Region, through the generous sponsorship of Northlands, is offering you and up to 23 friends the chance to experience one of Canada's most celebrated rock bands...
THE TRAGICALLY HIP
~ all from the Luxury Suite at Rexall Place ~
AUCTION DAY & PRIZE PACKAGE:
Pool together with your coworkers, friends and family to bid on an amazing evening party package that includes:
- Main Concourse, Luxury Suite 134
- Upholstered seating to accommodate 24 guests
- 4 parking passes
- PLUS $750 of food* for you and your friends, compliments of Northlands
Total Prize Value of $3,000
Start making arrangements NOW!
Online Auction takes place on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th
from 9am-4pm MST.
All bids must be emailed, with the subject line Concert Bid to: email@example.com
The highest bid will be posted every half hour at myunitedway.ca and every five minutes during the last half hour of bidding. So be sure to check back often and email an updated bid (minimum $50 increase over the previous highest bid) to keep you in the game! Please note that, if two or more bids come in at the same level, it is the FIRST email that arrived at that specific bid level that will be honored.
Bidding for this complete Luxury Suite package starts at $1,000 with all funds* raised going directly to United Way of the Alberta Capital Region and the efforts to fight poverty in our community.
The highest email bid in before the clock strikes 4:00 p.m. wins!! The winner will be contacted by email or phone. The winner and their group will have a special presentation of their prize package with a celebratory photograph posted on myunitedway.ca
The Tragically Hip, with opening band the Arkells, at Rexall Place on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 at 8pm
*Complimentary food does not include alcoholic beverages. All alcoholic beverages will be subject to charges of attendees.
*Funds raised through contests where prizes are awarded are considered an exchange of goods and do not qualify for charitable tax receipting.