Black Friday and Cyber Monday ain’t got nothing on this! You ready? Starting at $0.99, we’re auctioning off a meet-and-greet with the cast of the Jersey Shore, tickets to MTV’s New Years’ Eve celebration in Times Square, lunch with Sway at MTV Headquarters, signed items from your favorite MTV personalities, and much, much more!
From December 8-18, just in time for the holiday season, you can bid on exclusive items and experiences we’ve brought together from your favorite MTV artists and show talent for our MTV Fights Hunger Auction. From Snooki and Rob Dyrdek to Nick Jonas and Kelly Clarkson, they’ve donated some of the coolest signed gifts to be auctioned off. Best of all, the auction proceeds will support the FWD campaign, a relief effort for the Horn of Africa created by USAID and the Ad Council. Funds are funneled through World Vision to a group of humanitarian organizations working to provide relief across the Horn of Africa. For more information, visit www.usaid.gov/FWD.
Here’s what’s up for grabs:
+ Kelly Clarkson “Stronger” CD with Autographed Album Booklet
+ Trey Songz Autographed T-shirt
+ Nick Jonas Signed Guitar Strap
+ Jersey Shore’s Ronnie Autographed His-and-Hers Shirts
+ Lunch for 2 with MTV’s Sway Calloway in MTV’s NYC Offices
+ 2 Tickets to a Meet & Greet AND After Show Taping of Jersey Shore (Season 5)
+ 2 Tickets to MTV’s New Years’ Eve Celebration in Times Square
+ Calle 13 ”Agentes de Cambio” Pack with Signed T-Shirts & CD
+ Jersey Shore’s Mike “The Situation” Autographed Book & GTL Garment Bag
+ Poster Signed by Entire Jersey Shore (Season 4) Cast
+ Mike Judge Autographed Beavis & Butt-Head Bobbleheads & Lunchbox
+ Mac Miller signed Blue Slide Park CD & T-shirt
+ Jersey Shore’s Snooki Autographed Sunglasses and Snooki Slippers
+ Jersey Shore “GTL” Gift Pack with Items From Sammi, Pauly D, JWOWW & more!
What are you waiting for? See the full listings and BID NOW!
FWD the Facts
The FWD campaign wants you to forward info about 13 million people suffering famine, drought and war in the Horn of Africa.