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Bid-Bob.com Announces 5-Day Charity Drive for ‘The Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer’

July 26, 2011

Bid-Bob.com, a leader in the entertainment shopping industry, announces a 5-Day Charity Drive to benefit ‘The Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer’. Bid-Bob.com will donate 10% of all Bid Pack Purchases from Wednesday July 27th through Sunday July 31st to ‘The Imus Ranch’.

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) July 25, 2011

Bid-Bob.com, Inc., a leader in the entertainment shopping industry, announces a 5-Day Charity Drive to benefit the ‘Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer’. Bid-Bob.com will donate 10% of all Bid Pack Sales from Wednesday July 27th through Sunday July 31st to ‘The Imus Ranch’. Bid-Bob.com provides an automated charitable giving program based on results from each Product Auction, and runs various Charity Drives for other organizations during the year. The last Charity Drive by Bid-Bob.com supported ‘The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund’.

“When we developed the overall concept for Bid-Bob.com, supporting local and national charities was a top priority”, said Bob MacReynolds, President of Bid-Bob.com, Inc. “Our Automated Charitable Giving program provides an avenue for our Customers to support the Charity of their choice when they win a Product Auction, and we go a step further by conducting special Charity Drives during the year to give our customers a chance to support specific charities based on their Bid Pack Purchases”.

‘The Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer’ is a working cattle ranch for kids with cancer. It is located in beautiful Ribera, New Mexico and has hosted more than 1,000 kids since 1998. Founded by Don Imus and Deirdre Imus in 1998, the ranch was conceived and designed with the sole purpose of providing the experience of the great American cowboy to children suffering from cancer or serious blood disorders, and children who’ve lost brothers and sisters to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Their objectives are to encourage in them a sense of achievement, responsibility and self-esteem, and to instill pride and restore their dignity as they become aware of just how much they are able to accomplish. Many have become convinced that because they are sick they are not normal. At The Imus Ranch they quickly discover that they can do anything any other kid can do.

New Customers may Support this Charity Drive by Registering for Free Account at Bid-Bob.com, and then Purchasing a Bid Pack which provides customers with the opportunity to win many products that are sold in a very unique auction environment. Established Customers may support the Charity Drive by Purchasing Bid Packs after logging in to their account on Bid-Bob.com.

Bid-Bob.com is an entertainment shopping website where members purchase and place bids in an auction process to receive top consumer electronics, home appliances, and gift cards from major retailers at a fraction of the retail price. Unlike a traditional auction, the Bid-Bob.com auction process increases the item’s price by one penny for each bid placed. The unique auction format provides users with an entertainment shopping experience where multiple items are open for bidding at one time, a winner can be determined after 10-15 seconds of bidding, and auction users can take home great items at between 70-90% off (including the cost of bids and shipping) the Retail Price.

The ‘Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer’ is in no way affiliated with Bid-Bob.com, and does not directly or indirectly support or align themselves with our company. Bid-Bob.com chooses to provide a charitable donation to ‘The Imus Cattle Ranch or Kinds with Cancer’ for the outstanding work they provide and for their future ventures to assist children and their families who are dealing with cancer, blood disorders, and siblings of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome victims.

For more information on The Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer, visit http://www.ImusRanch.com.

Bid-Bob.com Media Inquiries:

Phone: (800) 908-2373, Ext. 1

E-Mail: Media(at)Bid-Bob(dot)com

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