$105,000 RAISED FOR FALLEN PATRIOT FUND THROUGH AUCTION JULY 16

 
Through an auction held at the welcome party for the American Century Championship, Fallen Patriot Fund founder Mark Cuban and comedian/actor John O'Hurley (J. Peterman from Seinfeld) raised $105,000 for the fund.

The first item auctioned was to have Mark Cuban caddy for three holes in the celebrity pro-am. Carlos B. from Monterrey, Mexico, paid $25,000 for the world's richest caddy. The second item auctioned was a pair of courtside seats to an upcoming Mavs game, as well as a locker room tour and autographed jersey. Carl E. from Irvine, Calif., paid $25,000 for this package.

The final item auctioned was the opportunity to road trip to Dallas on Mark Cuban's private jet to see a Mavs game as well as get a personalized jersey and participate in pregame warmups with the team. Dean B. from Setauket, N.Y. paid $55,000 for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Gillian Breidenbach (Bank of America) 214.209.3122
Gillian.M.Breidenbach@bankofamerica.com

Dawn Holgate (Mark Cuban), 214.658.7170 (office)
214.878.2867 (mobile)
dawn.holgate@dallasmavs.com