[CR]Questions about the Wool Jersey Cirque Auction pages

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To: kanford@comcast.net, jtperry1@sbcglobal.net, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2007 11:36:58 -0400
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From: <oroboyz@aol.com>
Subject: [CR]Questions about the Wool Jersey Cirque Auction pages

OK guys, I don't get it..

How does just anyone upload pics of items to be auctioned to the auction pag e?

And maybe a better description might be in order because it is not clear wha t exactly is at auction. That last pic is supposed to be what?

And maybe it would be cool to know if it's a  100% donation or partial donation? 

Dale Brown Greensboro, North Carolina USA

-----Original Message----- From: Ken Sanford <kanford@comcast.net> To: John Pergolizzi <jtperry1@sbcglobal.net>; classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Sent: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 7:21 am Subject: Re: [CR]Cirque Auction 07; Please read it all!

John    Actually, correct link to the wonderful items thus far listed is    http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/Cirque-Auction    You can add your item now...    Ken Sanford  Kensington, MD  ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Pergolizzi" <jtperry1@sbcglobal.net
>  To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>  Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 12:51 AM  Subject: [CR]Cirque Auction 07; Please read it all!   
> > > > Dearest list, 
> This year's Cirque du Cyclisme Charity Auction will soon be upon us 
> and it promises to be THE BEST yet!. > This is the second anniversary of T he Auction is an official 
> Cirque event and rumors already abound of fantastic bicycles and 
> components that will be offered up to the highest bidder that night!! > Al ready John Slawta of Landshark has donated a custom built 
> frame, Joe Bell (Giuseppe Campanello) a beautiful paint job, and TedÂ
> Ernst has dug out some 
> chaska's and cycling ephemera. Commemorative posters from the NAHBS 
> signed by the 29 most important people in the lugged steel world will be  
> available and are now shown on the wooljersey web site. And that's only  
> the start! 
> The history of the auction from it's humble beginnings in the 
> Battleground Inn 4th floor hallway to raising big bucks for charity isÂ
> really pretty amazing and it's because of youse guys! > I, John T.Pergoliz zi am Auction organizer and chief auctioneer. 
> Johnny Baron will act as auctioneer's 1st assistant and chief $ 
> collector. Harvey Sachs will be taking up the slack as my voice goesÂ
> south. Jamie Swan is auction consultant and official tag writer. Yes,Â
> each item will be tagged and numbered by lot. Boy, we're getting 
> professional! 
> Through the generous help of Morgan Fletcher, you can post and 
> view some of this years booty at our online Auction catalogue of theÂ
> hottest , most desirable items at The Wooljersy site! Go here to viewÂ
> and, most importantly, to post a photo of the items you will be selling  
> at The Auction : 
> > http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/cirque-auction > > Here's da rules:  
> > -Please limit yourself to 4 photos of a bicycle. Make um good ones!Â
> -Please only post a maximum of 3 photos for a "rare" part 
> -Only 2 photos for a "usual" part 
> -items without reserve, or with reserve can be posted. Please DO NOTÂ
> post $ reserve amounts. 
> - a very concise description is recommended. 
> > These rules are ment to to conserve bandwidth. > You DO NOT need a passw ord to post. I have editing capacity, so 
> iffin ya don't stick to the rules, BIG BROTHER is watching! 
> > As always, ALL I ask is that you donate at least a small 
> percentage of the proceeds of your auctioned bits (20% minimum suggested  
> of the sellers end) to charity. May a youse donate 100%. WOW! 
> If you can't get to Greensboro, then feel free to send your 
> donated greasy old parts to Dale's shop. Mark the box "Charity AuctionÂ
> Donation" and we will auction the parts off. Logistics make it too 
> difficult to do this and send back $, so this service will be providedÂ
> to "full donation" situations only. I thank you in advance for your 
> understanding in this matter. 
> Many, many sellers made very generous donations at the last 
> three auctions to benefit the Make a Wish Foundation in 2004 (The Make a  
> Wish 
> Foundation thanks you all again for the $1,856.00 donation). and 
> Operation Smile ( http://www.operationsmile.org ) in 2005 for the over 
> $4,000.00 donation and in 2006 a $6,500.00 donation again to OperationÂ
> Smile! 
> Since 1982, Operation Smile's volunteers have 
> provided free facial reconstructive surgery to tens of thousands of 
> children and young adults in 25 developing countries and the United 
> States. 90,000 children have been treated. 87% of cash and in-kind 
> donations go directly to programs helping children. Operations cost 
> $3,000 here, but only $250 overseas. That's 42 smiling faces my 
> friends! 
> This has become my favorite charity, so I hope you will all join 
> me in helping to write THE BIG check to them again this year. 
> I've posted letters from Operation Smile in relation to 
> past Cirque du Cyclisme Charity Auctions on my wooljersey site. PleaseÂ
> take a look: 
> > http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/John-T-Pergolizzi?page=3 > > Double click o n the letter to get it real BIG! 
> Over $12,000.00 for charity has been raised in total. Wow, what generous  
> folks! I thank you all for the pleasure of making this auction 
> happen. > > This years schedule calls for the Charity Auction to takeÂ
> place on Friday night June 8,2007 and go till there just ain't nuth'nÂ
> left to sell! Take a look: 
> > > http://www.classicrendezvous.com/Events/Cirque/2007/schedule.htmÂ
> > > A wonderful buffet dinner is included with a nominal admission 
> fee of only 25 bucks ($35.00 after 6/1/07)! Our Dinner/Auction eventÂ
> will be located at a deluxe venue wonderfully decorated for our 
> enjoyment. A preview & inspection of the auction goods will give 
> prospective buyers a much better look at the wares and there will be aÂ
> party of sorts with all kinds of 
> hilarity prior to the auction itself. A 50/50 auction will give someÂ
> lucky ace a few extra bucks to spend and help raise more $ for charity.  
> AND get this: the new Jeff Groman film "Six Day Bicycle Race" will beÂ
> shown before the dinner. Wow, I'm tired already! 
> And other possible fun stuff will include: 
> > > -Musical saddles 
> -blow up the inner tubes (until they burst) 
> -Pin the tail on the Masi game 
> -"The Unknown Prize"-- you bid on a box that has a very good item; butÂ
> only the auctioneer knows its identity! > > So please prepare youse selves
   for a great time! Look through 
> those boxes and bins for all your old junk, unused frames, too BIG 
> bicycles and other bits that you would like to pass on to the next user  
> and know that a very good cause will benefit from your generosity. 
> Don't hesitate; sign up now! 
> > JohnT.Pergolizzi 
> La Jolla, California 
> MORE TO COME!!!!!!!!!Â