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Unique goods donated for GABA auction

Wed 3 Dec 2008 In: New Zealand Daily News View at Wayback

A 'Sky Jump' off the Sky Tower, an extra role on Shortland Street, dinner at Labour MP Chris Carter's home and a bottle of Belamy's Whiskey signed by Prime Minister John Key are some of the extraordinary items going under the hammer for the Gay Auckland Business Association this Sunday. Start the bidding: Last year's GABA auction rasied over $15K GABA chairperson Gavin Hyde thanks the many generous businesses and individuals who donated their goods and services to the auction, which raises funds which the GABA Trust then distributes to worthy LGBT causes and scholarships for talented LGBT youth. Last year's auction raised over $15,000. Among the services to be auctioned this year are a DJ for four hours, three massage sessions, six hours of gardening, a complete Civil Union package, and two hours of cocktail bartending. There are also gym memberships, art, wine, and vouchers from various gay-run businesses including Caluzzi, Urge bar, Gay   

Credit: Daily News Staff

First published: Wednesday, 3rd December 2008 - 11:41am

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