Up for Auction This Week

This week we’ve got PersonalSafetyKits.com, a charity auction in Utah with an “America” signed guitar and a New Orleans themed art collection in Texas.

PersonalSafetyKits.com, Nationwide:

This online business is up for sale and the auction includes the domain, marketing materials, social media and all of the industry contacts it took to run this site.

Personal Safety Kits has been selling safety products around the world since 1992 so they are a reputable and established company in the industry. They maintain an A+ BBB rating and they’re well known in the self-defense industry.

This is a great opportunity for someone with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for self-defense.

Signed Guitar, Utah:

This Yamaha APX600 is signed by Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley of the band “America” known for songs like “Muskrat Love,” “California Dreaming,” and “A Horse with No Name”. All proceeds from the auction will go towards LoveWildHorses.org  they’re working hard to conserve the West’s dwindling population of wild horses and protect & rescue them from captivity.

LoveWildHorses is a California based non-profit. They work exclusively with wild horses that were taken into captivity and attempt to rehabilitate them and bring them back to health. They just wrapped up a project to provide drinking water to herds that are suffering from widespread drought by building a watering hole and now they need help with the vet bills that are incurred caring for neglected animals.

Donate directly or place your bid on this “America” guitar. All proceeds go to helping these horses and efforts to curb the damaging process of capturing wild horses.

New Orleans Style Art Auction, Texas:

The collection comes from a liquidation in Farmer’s Branch, Texas and it includes limited edition sculptures from the Willitts Designs “All that Jazz” collection. The sculptures are hand numbered, from a limited run and they’re intended to share the movement and emotion of jazz through the use of negative space.

The art collection also includes several framed art pieces that pay homage to jazz in New Orleans.