Tom Brady offering ‘once-in-a-lifetime experience’ for ‘All-In Challenge’
Tom Brady has joined countless professional athletes and celebrities who have signed on to participate in the “All-In Challenge,” a fundraiser that aspires to provide food to the neediest individuals left most devastated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback isn’t holding back, either, as he is promising a “once-in-a-lifetime experience” to whoever ends up making the highest bid.
Brady announced his auction experience via Twitter on Wednesday morning.
I accept the #ALLINCHALLENGE. Watch the video & go to https://t.co/bRtYgf65MS to get involved. I challenge my wife @giseleofficial, my buddy @drake & YOU @nflcommish to go ALL IN! pic.twitter.com/QDeBNEM0rf— @tombrady (@TomBrady) April 15, 2020
“I am all in for coronavirus relief, and I hope we can reach our goal of raising $100 million to support the front-line workers, the elderly, the children, through some great causes and some great charities like Feeding America along with other great ones in the community that are doing incredible work,” Brady said in the video, per the Tampa Bay Times.
Brady announced in the video that one lucky fan, along with some friends, will be invited to attend his first home game as a member of the Bucs at Raymond James Stadium.
What’s more, the winning bidder will also enjoy a postgame meeting with Brady, as well as an invitation to a dinner or a workout with the six-time Super Bowl champion. Finally, the fan will receive his first game-worn Bucs jersey along with his cleats from the game.
The opening bid is set at $50,000, which presumably will merely be a minuscule jumping-off point for what will be a monumental winning bid. The auction closes on April 28.
The All-In-Challenge, the brainchild of Fanatics founder Michael Rubin, hopes to raise $100 million in their COVID-19 outbreak relief efforts.
“Let’s all make a positive impact in the world to do our part during this very, very difficult time,” Brady said in the video.