In Denver mayor’s Super Bowl auction: skis, Broncos football, ‘Rock of Ages …
March 12, 2014 - Super Bowl
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is creation good on one of a some-more engaging components of his Super Bowl XLVIII gamble with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray. We won’t rehash a hapless diversion itself, other than to contend Hancock is a one carrying to compensate up.
Denver’s mayor promised some of a common things — a sampling of immature chile from several Denver restaurants, and a few equipment done by internal association Icelantic Skis. Then there’s this part, that Hancock is fulfilling starting today:
— Michael B. Hancock (@MayorHancock) March 11, 2014
Hancock had affianced to auction one Denver-themed item, with Murray determining that a deduction would advantage a Seattle nonprofit Lifelong AIDS Alliance. Hancock’s bureau has done good by putting adult not one, though 6 equipment for bid.
Through Mar 21, anyone can bid on a framing of a favorite Denver Broncos print (valued during $200), dual tickets to a “Rock of Ages” during a Buell Theatre (value $180), 4 lift tickets to Winter Park (value $436), a Broncos football sealed by far-reaching receiver Eric Decker (value $250), a span of Icelantic’s skis (value $749) or a “personal backstage tour” during internal rope OneRepublic’s unison during Red Rocks on May 28 (value: “Priceless”). The skis, creatively partial of a present to Mayor Murray, were combined to a auction during a Seattle mayor’s request, pronounced Amber Miller, Hancock’s spokeswoman.
Unfortunately, a final partial of a gamble — that called for Hancock to “wear an garb put together by a Lifelong AIDS Alliance preservation shop, in a suggestion of swat artist Macklemore’s strike song” — was called off, Miller said.