Welcome to ThinkTV's 2013 GreatTVAuction! This fundraiser benefiting the ThinkTVNetwork airs April 22-27, 2013. You may choose to watch the Auction on both ThinkTV16 and ThinkTV14 while bidding. Opening bids on all auction items begin at approximately 35% of donor value.
This fundraiser benefiting the ThinkTVNetwork airs April 22-27, 2013. You may choose to watch the Auction on both ThinkTV16 and ThinkTV14 while bidding. Opening bids on all auction items begin at approximately 35% of donor value. Online bidding begins March 11th, 2013.
More to Offer You
Whether you’re a returning bidder or this is your first time participating on-line with the GreatTVAuction, you’ll notice how easy it is to find what you’re looking for. This year,DaytonDailyNews.com, our online partner, will feature all items on the Super Board ($2,500+), the Big Board ($1,000-$2,499) and Tonight Board ($500 -$999) All major gifts listed will have complete descriptions.
On both the thinktv.org and DaytonDailyNews.com sites you will find a list of Donors who have donated over $500 in general merchandise. These items as with all general merchandise; will be available for television bid only during the televised Auction. You can also view Pick-Up & Pay Hours, Underwriters, Cash, Inkind and Food Contributors, and Overbid Incentives. We’re even featuring information on how your company can reap the promotional benefits of becoming a part of the GreatTVAuction
Background on Auction
The GreatTVAuction is celebrating 37 years as a premier event in the Miami Valley. All proceeds from the televised fund-raising event directly benefit the ThinkTVNetwork. Hundreds of volunteers make this event happen. Donors from national, regional and local corporations contribute items for auction and sponsorship dollars to pay for this event. If you are interested in getting your company involved, call the Auction Office at (937) 220-1668. There is no better way to promote your business than through this one-of-a-kind televised event. The ThinkTVNetwork covers 31 counties in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky and over TWO million viewers tune in each week.