The following information was provided by All-American Classics and Boston Sports Club, Watertown:
Whether it’s a photo of Tom Brady and David Oritz holding championship trophies or a pristine portrait of Elvis Presley standing alongside Johnny Cash, the Boston Sports Club in Watertown is providing its members and general public a guaranteed piece of history.
Offering sports, music and entertainment lovers a ‘kid in a candy store’ type of feel, the fitness club at 311 Arsenal St. has a one-of-a-kind public auction now on display. Best of all, the club is guaranteeing that not only is each and every bid a winning one, but the money collected is helping support Boston Children’s Hospital.
Bidders are shipped free of charge their winning piece of memorabilia, which arrives in a custom-built frame, directly to their home.
“We’re excited to offer a piece of history, one that our members would be proud to display or provide as a gift to a friend or loved one,” said Philip Reddy Jr., General Manager. “Best of all, every bid wins and helps support a wonderful medical center that plays an important role in providing support to children receiving treatment right here in Boston.”
The items have been provided by Hot Springs Village, AR-based All-American Classics, which works with businesses across the country on fundraising opportunities to raise money for local nonprofits and major children’s hospitals. In the last year alone, All-American Classics-produced auctions like the one currently on display at Boston Sports Club in Watertown have helped to raise nearly $1.5 million for nonprofit organizations in the U.S.
For more information, contact the Boston Sports Club at 617-924-0669.