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One of the many items on auction.

Police support Public Television Rocks! And the lucky winners will get a chance of a life time. (Read on…)Here is an excellent opportunity given by Police to the fans to support Public Television Rocks! By donating a selected set of autographed instruments to auction online through eBay, Giving Works, Police have given Public Television a great way to raise funds.

The lucky winners will get the chance of a lifetime to experience the final Police tour concert at the Madison Square Garden.

Public Television Rocks raised about $50,000 on eBay for charity with some amazing Police and B-52s VIP concert packages, through the kind and generous contributions of The Police and B-52s.

Starting August 4, an inclusive set of The Police’s instruments will be presented for bidding with Sting’s Signature Bass, Sting’s Sennheiser Microphone and Stand (used during the 2007/2008 World Police tour); Andy Summer’s Signature Fender Telecaster; plus Stewart’s Copeland’s Tama Star Drum Set (played at the 2007 GRAMMY(R) Awards).

In addition, it features his present set up of Paiste cymbals including the Signature Blue Bell Ride, which Paiste developed in collaboration with the legendary drummer. Every single item is been autographed and comes with correspondence of authenticity.

Bid to keep as yours, bid to give to a friend, what an amazing auction!

To place a bid or to know more please log on to www.ebay.com/publictelevisionrocks

Public Television Rocks auction launched August 4, 2008 and running until August 14, 2008.

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