Lynx FastBreak Foundation to Raise Funds for Breast Health Awareness
Minneapolis-St. Paul - The Minnesota Lynx have announced plans for a rare opportunity for fans to own an autographed game-worn or game-issued commemorative jersey. The special occasion will feature jerseys that will be worn on Breast Health Awareness Night when the Lynx take on the Dallas Wings on Thursday, August 22 at Target Center.
Winning bidders and a guest will be invited onto the court postgame to receive the jersey and receive a photo with a respective player. The postgame meet and greet will only be offered to those in attendance on Thursday's game.
Mobile bidding is open now and available at www.lynxbasketball.com/auction. The auction will close following the third quarter of the game on Thursday, August 22.
Auction proceeds will benefit the Minnesota Lynx FastBreak Foundation. The FastBreak Foundation supports organizations that make our community a great place to work, live and play.
Tickets are available for all remaining Lynx home games and can be obtained by visiting www.lynxbasketball.com/tickets.
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