JDRF Husker Memorabilia Drawing

Recently, a friend gave me a box of old Huskers publications – vintage Sports Illustrated issues, media guides, game programs, and more – with the direction that I “find a good home for it”.

This happened around the same time that I started gathering donations for the JDRF “One Walk” to end Type 1 Diabetes in October. My youngest daughter is a Type 1 diabetic, and we walk to support her and combat this deadly disease.

So I figured let’s combine the two with a drawing. Here’s how it works:

  1. For every $5 donated to JDRF at http://www2.jdrf.org/goto/feitcanwrite, I’ll put your name in the hat. Donate $100, and your name goes in 20 times.
  2. On Saturday, October 1, my daughter will draw a name out of the hat.
  3. If you win, I’ll contact you to arrange shipping (paid by me).

So what could you win?

Here are the highlights:

  • A total of six copies of the various Sports Illustrated collector’s editions after the 1994, 1995, & 1997 Championships.
  • A 1972 Sports Illustrated with Nebraska on the cover
  • Two other National Championship magazines
  • 1997 Football media guide
  • Seven Nebraska Men’s Basketball media guides from the 70s, 80s, and 90s
  • Miscellaneous Husker game programs (mostly men’s basketball)
  • Other NU sports media guides from 1973 – 1983.

Judging by eBay listings, the Sports Illustrated issues are probably worth a minimum of $50.

Again, to participate in the drawing, donate $5 or more to JDRF at http://www2.jdrf.org/goto/feitcanwrite

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