Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Los Angeles, California, USA Elementary School Holding Online Auction For Two Tickets To The Nickelodeon 2012 Kids' Choice Awards

According to this Nickelodeon News article on StudioCityPatch, Carpenter Community Charter School, an Elementary school in Los Angeles, California, USA, is currently holding an online auction on the official BiddingForGood website for two tickets to the Nickelodeon 2012 Kids' Choice Awards, complete with a Parking Pass, which you can bid for here on BiddingForGood.com. Carpenter Community Charter School's online auction for two Nickelodeon 2012 Kids' Choice Awards tickets closes on Wednesday 28th March 2012 at 9:00PM EDT:
Two Tickets to Nickelodeon's 2012 Kids' Choice Awards with Parking Pass.

Estimated Value Priceless

Item Description

On March 31st, Nickelodeon will be having their 25th annual Kids' Choice Awards and we want you to bid high and often for 2 tickets + parking for this once-in-a-lifetime event. Multi-platinum recording artist and global superstar Katy Perry will break the sound barrier at USC’s Galen Center with her first live performance at Nickelodeon’s 2012 Kids’ Choice Awards. She will join host Will Smith and a powerhouse roster of celebrity presenters, including Chris Rock, Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Zac Efron, Heidi Klum, Victoria Justice, Miranda Cosgrove, Big Time Rush, Chris Colfer, Cee Lo Green as well as recently announced performers, UK pop sensation One Direction. You have a chance to bid on these tickets ...if you get them, I guarantee your kid will have the time of their life! Keep your eyes peeled for the online auction to begin. You don't want this one to get away!

The show starts at 5pm (doors open at 3pm and close at 4:30) at the USC Galen Center, Upper Level, section 209, row 10, seats 28 and 29.

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