Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Fans unable to attend event can still bid on live auction items
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Feb. 12, 2014) – The Buccaneer Athletic Scholarship Association (BASA) is holding its annual Buccaneer Bash this Saturday inside the Millennium Centre Ballroom.
The event begins at 6 p.m. and costs $50 per person, which includes live music and entertainment, food and drink, a live and silent auction, and the opportunity to meet ETSU coaches.
Fans unable to attend the Buccaneer Bash can still have the opportunity to participate in the live auction. Some of the auction items include a custom-made ETSU Bucs bobcat utility vehicle (minimum bid of $4,500), catered dinner for eight at Shelbridge, hosted by ETSU President Dr. Noland and First Lady Donna Noland, round of golf and dinner for three at The Olde Farm (minimum bid of $750), golf at The Virginian with Coach Fulmer and Dr. Sander, and a New York City Holiday Experience (minimum bid of $2,500). Click here for a full listing of auction items.
Those interested in placing a bid need to contact Associate AD for Development/Executive Director of BASA, Jo Anne Paty, at (423) 439-4738 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Bids must be placed by noon on Saturday.
The proceeds from this event go directly to fund scholarships for ETSU student-athletes.
For more information on the Buccaneer Bash, contact the BASA office at (423) 439-8398.
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