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NKU’s ‘A Night with Norse Gala’ is Sept. 15 — and bidding for silent auction is now live online

Northern Kentucky University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics’ annual A Night with the Norse Gala, which is in its third year of supporting NKU’s student-athletes, has over 100 silent auction items up for bid. Bidding is now open through the auction site and closes the night of the event.
 
The silent auction features numerous sports memorabilia, including an autographed jersey from NKU alumni and Cork City FC’s Steven Beatie (’10), a football signed by Ronnie Lott, and an Andrew Wiggins signed jersey among myriad other memorabilia.

Also up for silent auction are several golf packages, custom jewelry, VIP brewery tours and dinner with Norse men’s basketball coach John Brannen, as well as women’s basketball head coach Camryn Whitaker. A complete list of items, including descriptions, is available via the auction site.

In addition, a live auction, which includes packages for the 2019 Final Four, NKU Men’s Basketball Road Trip, Diamond Date Night Package, a Bahamas vacation and a 1978 University of Kentucky National Championship Package as part of the offerings, will be conducted during the gala.

A complete list of both silent and live auction items, including descriptions, is available via the auction site.


The event is being held Saturday, September 15th at the Great American Ball Park FOX Sports Club. Former Cincinnati Bengal and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Anthony Muñoz will serve as the keynote speaker. Northern Kentucky graduate and Q102 DJ Jennifer Fritsch (’01) is the emcee for the evening.



For individuals who are interested in supporting Northern Kentucky University’s student-athletes, please visit GoNorseFund.com or contact Gina Huiet (huietr1@nku.edu; 859-572-7894).


For more information on the gala, please the A Night with the Norse website.

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