LA KISS EXPANDS EXCLUSIVE AUCTION TO SUPPORT OUR VETERANS
LOS ANGELES, CA. (May, 16)- Today, Schuyler Hoversten, President of LA KISS announced that the organization will expand its partnership with Veteran Tickets Foundation (VetTix) through online auctions of exclusive memorabilia as part of an ongoing effort to support our deserving veterans.
“Getting the opportunity to partner with newest and loudest teams in Pro Sports is outrageous,” said Mike Focareto, CEO of VetTix “We know LA KISS fans get much more than a football game, they get live music, a pyrotechnics show, lasers, bmx bikers, dancers, and more. We’re excited to make this experience possible to our Veterans.”
Rock ‘n’ roll legends Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of the band KISS formed L.A. KISS in partnership with media mogul Doc McGee and AFL Veteran Brett Bouchy after they saw a need to fuse sports and entertainment in an environment that was enjoyable for the entire family.
LA KISS Co-owner Gene Simmons stated, “My mother was liberated from a concentration camp by American Troops, I will always be grateful of our brave men and women who serve. We are proud to support Vet Tix, this partnership gives our military and their families with edge-of-your-seat entertainment.”
The auction features unique one-of-a-kind items and signed memorabilia such as: team worn jerseys and helmets signed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in addition to the limited edition all chrome helmets designed by Paul Stanley. To view the full list of items or to bid click here http://www.ebay.com/usr/lakissfootball?_trksid=p2047675.l2559.
Proceeds from the winning bids will be donated to Veteran Tickets Foundation. All winners will be provided a tax deductible receipt from VetTix.