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CP Auction Promises a Night of High Bidding and Fun

(Green Bay, WI) – The 33rd Annual CP Auction is gearing up for a night of fun and high bidding, featuring items donated from area businesses, on Friday, October 14.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
 
The CP Auction, presented by KBX and Breakthrough, is one of CP’s signature events of the year and will take place on the 4th floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium. “We are really excited about this year’s event in a new location,” said Beth Paul, Annual Giving Coordinator for CP. “The night will feature silent auction items including weekend trips, gourmet food baskets and unique handcrafted items. There is something for everyone to bid on.”
 
Fan favorite, Bill Jatz from WBAY- TV2, will lead the live auction portion of the event. “Bill really knows how to engage a crowd and makes the live auction fun and exciting,” Paul said. “A fully-stocked wine rack, a trip to Nashville, and a 75” television, are just a few of the items that will surely get the crowd bidding during the live portion of the event.”
 
In addition, ticketholders will have the chance to participate in a number of raffles, including a beer pull, mystery box raffle and a corn hole tournament. “We wanted to mix things up and provide a gaming element to the night,” Paul said. “This way, guests can mingle through the auction items, have fun with raffles and just enjoy a great night.”
 
Paul says the Auction has always been a fun way to bring people together for a purpose.  “Funds raised from Auction will support the therapy and life skills services CP provides to more than 2,100 people throughout Northeast Wisconsin each year,” Paul noted. “We are grateful that our community continues to show its support for CP year after year.”  
 
Purchase Auction tickets today at cpauction2022.givesmart.com or contact Beth Paul, Annual Giving Coordinator at (920) 337-1122 x1205 or bpaul@wearecp.org. Online early bird tickets are $45 through October 2. Price increases to $50 on October 3. Tickets include access to silent and live auctions, raffles, food and one free drink ticket.