Auction Ends: Oct 10, 2011 12:00 PM EDT
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$2,150 to Live Event Bidder
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6  -  Bid History

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Item Description

Woo prospective clients, reward your top sales people, or throw yourself a giant Trail Blazers birthday party – you can pack this private suite at the Rose Garden with any 15 friends of your choice.  You’ve got a $500 food and beverage tab, so let the good times roll as you cheer your Blazers on to victory! Then, at a second home game, you'll have courtside seats for 2, and the opportunity to meet n' greet with one of the NBA’s top sports executives: Trail Blazers President and former President of the NIKE Jordan Brand, Larry Miller.  Golf with Trail Blazers Alumni, Jerome Kersey comes next – Jerome’s got an excellent golf game, but his basketball stats during his time with the Trail Blazers still astound:  games played (second), minutes played (third), scoring (third), rebounding (second), assists (sixth), steals (third), field goals made (fourth), and blocked shots (second).  Also enjoy a $200 Gift Certificate at the Blazers Team Store, a $200 Gift Certificate to Qdoba Mexican Grill, a team-autographed basketball, and a case of fine Oregon wine.  

Here are the details of this terrific Rip City package:

  • Private Suite for 16, with $500 Food and Beverage Credit (alcohol excluded) – home game, once season resumes
  • Four complimentary parking passes for your game in the Rose Garden Suite
  • Courtside seats for 2 for a second home game, beginning with a meet n' greet with Trail Blazers President, Larry Miller
  • Golf for 3 with great Trail Blazers Alumnus, Jerome Kersey at Pumpkin Ridge
  • $200 Gift Certificate at the Blazers Team Store
  • $200 Gift Certificate to Qdoba Mexican Grill
  • Autographed Team Basketball
  • A case of fine Oregon Pinot Noir red wine - Trail Blazers "red," that is


This Auction Package is presented by

the Portland Trail Blazers

in honor of

Special Olympics Oregon’s World Games Team