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Tickets on sale now for FestaBulls on Jan. 31

Verizon Wireless presents Bulls dinner auction at the United Center

Last season: Over 400 fans attend FestaBulls at the Shedd Aquarium

WHAT:

Verizon Wireless

The Chicago Bulls and Verizon Wireless will host the 22nd annual FestaBulls dinner auction to raise funds for CharitaBulls, the Bulls’ non-profit organization, on Monday, January 31. The event, presented by Verizon Wireless, will be held at the home of Bulls basketball, the United Center.

Guests attending FestaBulls will have the opportunity to dine and mingle with Bulls’ players, coaches, broadcasters and front office staff on the United Center court while shopping a wide selection of sports memorabilia. Silent and live auctions will feature Bulls’ autographed uniforms, shoes and basketballs as well as autographed jerseys from players around the NBA.

WHEN:

Monday, January 31

  • 5:30 p.m. – VIP reception (Exclusive pre-event reception with players, coaches and legends in Ketel One Club)
  • 6:00 p.m. – Silent auction begins, buffet dinner, meet and greet with players
  • 7:00 p.m. – Live auction and program begins
  • 8:35 p.m. – Silent auction closes

WHERE:

United Center | 1901 West Madison Street | Chicago, IL 60612

TICKETS:

Individual: $250 (includes dinner - $100 value); Table of 10: $2,500 (includes dinner - $1,000 value per table). VIP Reception: $500 (includes exclusive pre-event reception with players and dinner).

Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Bulls at 312.455.4122 or CR@bulls.com. Tickets are also available by clicking here now.

WHY:

All proceeds from FestaBulls will benefit CharitaBulls, the philanthropic arm of the Chicago Bulls organization. The non-profit organization was created in 1987 with the primary objective to actively support positive educational and recreational opportunities for children and young people. Throughout the years, CharitaBulls has distributed tens of millions of dollars to a long list of charities.



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