Food For The Hungry

The Knox County Career Center is hosting TWO auctions to benefit Food For The Hungry! 

The Knox County Career Center is making your Christmas shopping easy this year. They are hosting TWO auctions to benefit Food For The Hungry. There is an online silent auction featuring 5 themed gift baskets. Go to www.foodforthehungrycares.org to place your bid. 

Click on the auctions button and then on KCCC Online Auctions. Take a few simple steps to create an account and then enter a bid on your favorite gift basket. 

The themed baskets include: 

· A Wedding Basket valued at $2,500 

· A Mom’s Night Out Basket valued at $1,200 

· An Auto Care Basket valued at $1,500 

· A Vacation Basket valued at $1,200 

· An OSU Basket valued at $200 

Bidding ends at 3pm on Saturday, 12/8. The winning bidders will be announced at the Food For The Hungry broadcast at 3:30pm on Saturday, 12/8. The Knox County Career Center is also hosting a LIVE Auction of the one-of-a-kind, original Tailgate Trailer, CAR-B-Q! This custom cut and fabricated 1968 Pontiac GTO Tailgate Trailer has AMAZING features: · Under the Hood – 6 Burner Charbroil Grill · Propane Fuel – 2 tanks attached · Center – Wood Fired Smoker · Rear – Large Flat-Top Griddle · Original Old School Lights · Designed light enough to be pulled by a car The CAR-B-Q was built by Tim Hall and the KCCC Collision Repair Lab for Food For The Hungry. 

Bidding is OPEN NOW on this Tailgate Trailer. 

Go to www.foodforthehungrycares.org to place your bid. Click on the auctions button and then on KCCC Online Auctions. Take a few simple steps to create an account and then enter a bid on the CAR-B-Q. The highest bid will be taken into the LIVE auction that will begin at 1:06pm during the Food For The Hungry broadcast at the Knox County Memorial Theatre. 

You can see the Knox County Career Center Tailgate Trailer at these upcoming events: 

· Mount Vernon Christmas Parade and Walk, Sunday 11/25 

· MVNU Men and Women’s Basketball Games, Saturday 12/1

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