Online bidding has opened on more than 150 items offered in the Eighth Annual Waltrip Brothers’ Charity Championship (WBCC) Silent Action in advance of next week’s two-day fundraiser hosted by Darrell and Michael Waltrip in Franklin, Tenn.
Bidding for the Silent Auction Presented by NRA Foundation closes Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 10:00 PM ET. Online bidders are not required to be in attendance at Wednesday’s 500-person Champion’s Dinner Presented by ACLJ.org.
The top-10 items available for auction with the highest market value include: a Jett Linx Executive Card; a United States Capitol American Flag; a Willie Nelson-autographed full-size Austin acoustic guitar; a Sylvester Stallone-signed Rocky IV robe with photo; a Mike Tyson-autographed brass boxing bell; a Tiffany & Co. crystal Paloma Picasso Loving Heart necklace; an NFL on FOX VIP studio visit for two guests; an autographed Jeff Gordon four-bottle win collection; a 2017 America’s Got Talent judges-signed Fender guitar; and a Joe Montana/Dwight Clark-autographed “The Catch” 49ers full-size helmet.
Those wishing to bid online may do so HERE. For the first time, bidding is offered on handheld devices through the free Handbid app. To bid on a handheld device, download Handbid in the app store, register and search “WBCC.”
The legendary Charlie Daniels Band will headline the dinner, during which NewSong also is performing. The dinner is followed by Thursday’s WBCC’s “no mulligan” golf tournament at Vanderbilt Legends Club with a noon shotgun start featuring 144 golfers across all skill levels.
The WBCC benefits Speedway Children’s Charities, Motor Racing Outreach (MRO) and The Journey Home Project. In just seven years, the WBCC has raised $2.5 million for various charities.
FOX NASCAR host Shannon Spake and MRO President Billy Mauldin will emcee the Champion’s Dinner Presented by ACLJ.org. Among those already confirmed to attend the dinner are FOX NFL host and Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw, country artist Craig Morgan, NASCAR owner Rick Hendrick, NASCAR Vice Chairman Mike Helton and NASCAR drivers Denny Hamlin and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Bradshaw’s performance as emcee last year brought down the house and kept guests in stiches throughout the evening. For a look back at last year’s edition, headlined by Morgan, CLICK HERE.