We’re having a live fundraising auction as part of our convention this week. It’s in Wyoming. But you can bid, too! Even if you’re in Boston or Chicago or Los Angeles or Kalamazoo. (Rhyme intended).
Thanks to the wondrous power of the Internet, you can bid on the amazing things up for auction, including some coveted Wyoming Whiskey. Bidders can preview auction items and make early bids at www.proxibid.com/wynaturalresource.
The auction is at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 12 during the Wyoming Natural Resources Rendezvous in Casper at the Parkway Plaza. You can join us in Casper or bid online from the comfort of your own home. Online bids will be taken during the live auction. Make sure you register with Proxibid to bid online!
Featured in the auction are 12 limited-edition bottles of Wyoming Whiskey. The special-edition bottles recognize the 140th Anniversary of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association. They are numbered 1-12 and are signed by Wyoming Whiskey’s Brad Mead and Master Distiller Steve Nally.
The long-awaited first batch of Wyoming Whiskey sold out in a matter of minutes after it was released earlier this month. Wyoming Whiskey is made in small batches and aged at least three years. The traditional bourbon is made in a non-traditional place – Kirby, Wyo. – and is only sold in the Cowboy State. The wheat and barley is raised in the Kirby area and the water comes from the Madison Formation in the Big Horn Basin.
The live auction also includes notable items such as: your name as a character in a CJ Box book, a stay in a historic cabin tied to the Johnson County War with fishing in blue-ribbon trout streams, a guided pheasant hunt, University of Wyoming stadium seats, horses, artwork, home décor, jewelry, tack, beef and much more.
Not only will you have the chance to get some great items, you’ll also support great Wyoming agriculture and natural resources groups! Proceeds benefit the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, the Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation, the Society for Range Management, the Wyoming CattleWomen and the Wyoming Wool Growers Auxiliary.
We’d love your support!
From RealPartner Liz Lauck – Wyoming Stock Growers Association