For Immediate Release
January 29, 2008
Local Contact: Paul B. Stull
Arizona State Credit Union
Telephone (602) 467-4062
KTAR's Super Bid for Super Kids, Presented by Arizona State Credit Union
Bid on Tickets to the Big Game and Help Children's Miracle Network
Phoenix, Ariz.— News/Talk 92.3 KTAR will auction off a premium Super Bowl ticket package, donated by Arizona State Credit Union to benefit Children's Miracle Network. The auction will kick off on Thursday, January 31st during the Darrell Ankarlo Show (8:30 am - Noon), continuing through the Mac Watson Show (3 pm -7pm) and the Gaydos After Dark Program (7 pm - 10 pm). The bidding action will begin again on Friday, February 1st and conclude on the Darrell Ankarlo Show in the morning. Listeners can call in their bids to News/Talk 92.3 KTAR at (602) 200-2671. Bid updates will be posted on www.ktar.com.
The winning bidder will receive a premium ticket package with related hospitality, generously donated by Arizona State Credit Union. The package includes two tickets on the lower level in the 20 to Goal area and entrance for two to a VIP Party before and after the game. The pre-game party will host celebrities including Hall of Fame Defensive Back Ronnie Lott (who is also doing the ceremonial coin toss) and 1979 Rookie of the Year Otis Anderson.
The funds raised from the auction will support the 1 Darn Cool School program (http://www.phoenixchildrens.com/patients-visitors/1-darn-cool-school/) that continues the educational needs of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients who are hospitalized. Every year, Arizona's credit unions raise money for the school through the Credit Unions for Kids program.
"I would like to challenge other credit union CEO's to bid on this great Superbowl package to benefit Children's Miracle Network," said David E. Doss, President/CEO of Arizona State Credit Union. "Credit Union's care for kids and getting to see some great football while doing it makes this a really special opportunity."
Arizona State Credit Union is a $1.1 billion full service not-for profit financial cooperative with a statewide branch network serving the people of Arizona. More than 130,000 Arizonans turn to Arizona State Credit Union for outstanding service and value. Founded in 1951, the Credit Union has grown dramatically and provides a full line of financial products at 22 offices across the state. Arizona State Credit Union is proud to be locally owned and operated and welcomes membership from both business and individual members.