The Birmingham PA Awards has shared details of its Silent Auction to support charities, Love Brum and the Sir Josiah Mason Trust.
The auction will be open for bidding online until 10pm on Friday 20 July, while bidding will continue during the dinner and awards ceremony, where leaderboards will be displayed.
Prizes up for grabs include a dinner for two at the Gusto Mere Green Restaurant, a framed Real Madrid Club shirt signed by Gareth Bale, two tickets to Florence & the Machine in November, a day at Wolverhampton Racecourse and many more.
To make a bid head over to Asemblr’s site, who is an event partner for the awards, or click here.
“The Birmingham PA Forum & Awards is delighted to support two very local charities, selected by our committee, supported by our members, and very close to our hearts. We aim to raise as much as we can for these amazing causes, Love Brum and Sir Josiah Mason Trust,” Daniel Skermer, sales manager at the PA Forum, told PA Life.
“This would not be possible with the overwhelming support we have had by the suppliers that have kindly offered and donated some incredible prizes and the innovative ideas and solutions offered by Asemblr, Birmingham PA Awards partner, who have developed this platform to enable us to accept many bids on the lead up to the Awards from scratch.
“We would be ever so grateful if you could show your support by bidding for any of our prizes on the lead up to and including the night of the very first Birmingham PA Awards, due to take place on Friday 20th July 2018 at The VOX, Resorts World, Birmingham NEC.”
PA Life is the proud media partner of the Birmingham PA Awards.