Paul Kowalczyk congratulated Darell Hailey, winner of the new car, after the 2008 auction
Feb. 22, 2011
By Kaitlyn Comiskey
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The deadline to register for the 2011 Ram Good Time Auction is quickly approaching, and Rams fans have many reasons to be in attendance this year.
The Ram Good Time Auction is one of the most important traditions in support of Colorado State University Athletics, and has raised more than $3.2 million over the years to benefit the scholarships of CSU student-athletes.
This year, the 30th edition of the auction will be held at 5 p.m. on March 5, at the Embassy Suites in Loveland, Colo. The new location will provide an exciting atmosphere as well as much more elbow room.
What’s more, CSU’s all-time leading receiver David Anderson, currently with the NFL’s Houston Texans, will be the emcee for the evening.
Tickets for the auction are $125 per person, or $1,250 for a reserved table of 10. The ticket price includes drinks and dinner, both a silent and live auction, live music and dancing.
Fans can click here to take a look at all of the items up for bid at this year’s auction, as well as the complete list of activities for the night.
How to sign up
Fans can call 970/491-4601, or register online by clicking here. The deadline to register is Monday at 5 p.m., now less than a week away.
A special hotel room rate of $99 plus tax is being offered for auction-goers for the night of the auction. Reservations can be made by calling 970/539-6200. Fans should mention the Ram Good Time Auction Rate when calling.
A new car
One lucky Rams Fan will have the opportunity to drive away in a new Kia Forte. The drawing will take place the night of the Ram Good Time Auction and is sponsored by Tynan’s Kia and Pepsi. Only 5,000 raffle tickets are available and can be obtained by filling the registration form here. If there are any tickets left on the evening of the auction, fans can also register at that time. Tickets cost only $10 each and are going fast. Winners need not be present.
Raffle checks can be made payable to CSU Athletics. The winner of the Tynan's Kia Forte will also receive $250 in Schrader Gas Bucks.
Also as part of the weekend, Anderson will join former Colorado State standouts David Anderson, Mike Brisiel, Clint Oldenburg and Kevin McDougal at Lucky Joe’s in Old Town Fort Collins as guest bartenders on March 3 from 6-8:30 p.m. The former Rams, all of whom currently play or played in the NFL, are teaming up to help raise money for student-athlete scholarships.
Lucky Joe’s is located at 25 Old Town Square.
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