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Vintage Jersey Auction Set for July 21st

 

Grafton, WI – The Lakeshore Chinooks have announce the team’s 3rd annual jersey auction which is set to take place during the July 21st game against the Growlers at 6:35pm. The jersey auction is presented by Thrivent Financial Associate James Meyer.

This year’s jersey will feature a vintage look, a nod to the early 1900’s style uniforms. The team has even released a vintage Chinooks logo that is featured on the uniform. The players will sport the vintage uniforms for the July 18th game and July 21st game.

The jersey auction begins on the 21st at the time gates open at 5:35pm and concludes at the end of the 6th inning. Winners from the jersey auction then can meet their respective player after the game to receive their autographed jersey.

Thanks in part to Thrivent Financial Associate James Meyer, 100% of the proceeds from the jersey auction goes to Habitat for Humanity Ozaukee County. In the past two seasons, the jersey auction has raised more than $7,000 which has been donated to Habitat.

“Jim Meyer has been a great friend of the Chinooks since day one but he is even a better friend to the community of Ozaukee County. He is devoted to helping lives in our community and his support of the jersey auction is a perfect example of that. We hope this year our jersey auction can break a new record which will be 100% donated to Habitat for Humanity,” added Chinooks Assistant GM Eric Snodgrass.

Also on July 21st will be Habitat for Humanity night including their special fundraiser. For $18, fans receive a Reserved Grandstand ticket, Hot Dog, Chips, Soda or Water plus $5 of every package sold will go to Habitat for Humanity.

Tickets can be ordered at lakeshorechinooks.com using the password Habitat for Humanity. The order form can also be found here: Habitat for Humanity

Order forms can be emailed to fundraising@lakeshorechinooks.com or mailed to 983 Badger Circle Grafton, WI 53024. Individuals can also order tickets by phone at 262-618-4659 or stopping by our office in Grafton.