Keith Olbermann “Goes To Bat” To Support Animal Charity in Current REA Auction

realogo2015sideREA is pleased to announce that famous sports commentator and avid baseball-card collector Keith Olbermann is offering two pieces of memorabilia related to his time at ESPN as part of the current auction. Olbermann has consigned the leather jacket he wore on the debut of ESPN2 in 1993 as well as an ESPN-branded leather jacket given to him around the same time.

All proceeds from the sale of these jackets, including the buyer’s premium, will be donated to From The Heart (www.fthar.org), a last-chance dog shelter in El Paso, Texas, which takes in all the dogs and cats that are to be euthanized by other shelters. REA will instruct the winning bidder to make the tax-deductible check out to From The Heart directly. If desired, REA will arrange for Olbermann to sign one or both of the jackets.

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BID ON KEITH OLBERMANN’S ESPN JACKETS
TO SUPPORT A WORTHY CAUSE!

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GENEROUS CASH ADVANCES ARE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY!!!

We are always interested in large collections of cards or memorabilia, 19th century items, game-used material, unopened wax and cello boxes, complete sets, advertising and display pieces, and single graded cards.

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  • The largest catalog circulation.
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About Robert Edward Auctions
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