Meet MÖTLEY CRÜE And Own Exclusive VINCE NEIL Watch
T.J. Martell Foundation is auctioning a custom limited-edition Vince Neil Nixon watch plus an opportunity to meet MÖTLEY CRÜE and see them live in concert on July 26 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre In Irvine, CA. All proceeds of this charity fundraising auction go towards leukemia, cancer, and AIDS research.
The watchband on the limited-edition watch was handmade from Vince's own leather jacket that he used and abused on many world tours. Proof of authenticity card is hand-signed and numbered by Vince Neil. The watch comes with a custom box and is water-resistant to 30 meters, shock resistant, and features Nixon's signature raised-bezel design, hardened mineral crystal, night light, and date indicator. The concert tickets are from the management and will be GREAT seats (exact location not known at this time). The meet-and-greet with the band will take place before showtime. At that time, Vince Neil will personally present the watch to the winner (exact details will be supplied to the winner). No lodging, air travel or ground transportation is included in this auction.
For more information, visit the eBay auction page.
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