Local Business Auctioning Phillies Suite Tickets benefiting Officer Fox Family
Collegeville Italian Bakery has two suite-level tickets for raffle to auction to raise money for slain Police Officer Bradley Fox’s Family – Raffle ends tomorrow at noon.
A surge of community support has risen in the wake of Plymouth Township Police Officer Bradley Fox’s death.
Among those in the business community wanting to help Fox’s family is the Collegeville Italian Bakery, located along Ridge Pike in Collegeville.
The bakery’s co-owners and husband and wife-team, Patrizia and Steve Carcarey, will auction off two EMC Suite Level tickets to the Friday, Sept. 21 Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves game at Citizens Bank Park.
"We didn’t want it to go to waste,” Steve Carcarey said. “We thought the best opportunity to help would be to auction these off and give all the proceeds to the Fox family.”
The game is set for 7:05 p.m., and, specifically, the seats are numbers 1 and 2 in Suite 59.
The auction ends at noon tomorrow, and the tickets will be given to the highest bidder.
The auction is being held as a silent auction through the Collegeville Italian Bakery Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/CollegevilleItalianBakery).
Carcarey said that he didn’t want bids to be broadcast through the auction’s post, so he is asking participants to message him directly through the Facebook inbox with their bid.
The winner of the bid will be able to pick up the tickets at the Collegeville Italian Bakery with a check made payable to:
- Fox’s Children’s Fund
- c/o Continental Bank
For more information, visit the Collegeville Italian Bakery Facebook page post.