Bid now on lunch with Eddy Cue at Apple HQ in Cupertino and 13-inch MacBook Air to benefit charity

“Apple CEO Tim Cook has now participated in two charity auctions through the site Charitybuzz, first raising $610,000 for coffee with the CEO then $330,000 for lunch and an invitation to an Apple event,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac, “and now Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue is offering his time as well in an effort to raise money for a good cause.”

“The winning bidder for the Apple executive’s auction will specifically win the opportunity to have lunch with Eddy Cue at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California, as well as a 13-inch MacBook Air,” Hall reports. “Money raised from the winning bid in Eddy Cue’s auction will support the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation.”

MacDailyNews Note: The National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation, Inc., was organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, and to support the charitable and education purposes of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (“NABC”), a Kansas non-profit corporation. The NABC Foundation is the founder and chief sponsor of TTRR, a national literacy program targeting middle school aged youth. In addition, the Foundation operates the College Basketball Experience (CBE), an experiential facility which also includes the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Opened in October, 2007, the CBE is adjacent to the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

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    1. Is basketball so bereft that it cannot support its own coaches by taxing the players already inflated pay checks?
      Where would those players be without there coaches?
      Them exceedingly tall ingrates! 🙁

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