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Auction this Week: Get Moving and Bid on this Framed Photograph

8 Dec, 2009 McKell Naegle

Courtney Carver, a photographer and cyclist, who was Dx’ed with MS in July of 2006 launched The Ride Project to support the Myelin Repair Foundation. Courtney believes in our unique research model that is solely focused on finding and rapidly delivering treatments for MS patients.

On top her commitment through The Ride Project, Courtney is generously donating one of her prints (the above photograph) for an online auction for the Myelin Repair Foundation this month.

The photograph that she has chosen to donate is titled “Spin.” This image is about motion, energy and passion. “Spin” inspired The Ride Project, which combines her passion for cycling and photography and continues to motivate her to move forward with her fight for a cure for multiple sclerosis.

The winner of the auction will receive a 12X18 sized photograph of “Spin” matted, signed, numbered and framed to 18 X 24 (white mat, black frame). This is the perfect present for a loved one that bikes or loves photography.

The Auction will begin Tuesday, December 8.

The auction begins Tuesday, December 8 at 8AM Pacific Time and it will end Friday, December 11 at 5PM Pacific Time. This will allow enough time for the framed and signed print to be delivered for a Christmas or holiday gift. Courtney will be shipping the print.

The starting bid is $250 and each bid needs to be higher by a minimum of $10.

The estimated retail value of the framed print is $500. For the winning bidder, the amount paid in excess of fair market value may be deductible as a donation in support of the Myelin Foundation. There will be no additional shipping costs (courtesy of Courtney Carver.)

To bid, comment on the Myelin Repair Foundation blog post featuring the auction with your bid amount and enter in your full name and your email address where they can contact you, otherwise your bid will be void.

The Myelin Repair Foundation will periodically update the blog,  Twitter account, and Facebook Fan Page with the top bid amount. DO NOT enter your email address in the comment box.

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