- Quarterly Breakfasts
- Battle Color Ceremony
- Board of Directors
- Tun Tavern
- DI of the Yr Awards
- Nate Smith Scholorship
- G&A Event Sponsors
- Volunteer Awards
This year’s Globe and Anchor Live and Silent Auctions will be consolidated!
The party begins in the Pavilion at 1700 with the Silent Auction, just like in years past. However we will intersperse the Live Auction items throughout the cocktail hour/Silent Auction reception. All auction activities will be concluded by 1845 so be sure to get there in plenty of time to enjoy the fun and get your bids in on the 100 or more silent auction baskets, AND the following live auction items:
~ LIVE AUCTION ITEMS ~
~ SILENT AUCTION ITEMS ~
The MCRD Museum Historical Society is proud to present over 100 Silent Auction Items forbid during the event’s Reception in the Marriott Hotel’s Pavilion complex. The auction starts promptly at 1700 and continues until 1845. Announcements will be made as the deadline for all bids approaches. There are many treasures this year, so attendees are encouraged to arrive early to take in all the auction exhibits and be ready to submit their bids.
Proxy bids are welcome (see rules of auction for details).
Samples of Silent Auction Items for Globe & Anchor Salute 2013 include:
-- Two entrance badges to the final rounds of the 2014Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, including a 3-night
stay in a private 2bedroom/2 bath home – a “Priceless” value and the hardest tickets in the world of sports to acquire;
and several other exciting and adventurous trip packages and excursions.
-- Golf Packages to some of the finest Golf Courses in Southern California
-- Patriotic U.S. Flag flown over combat base in Afghanistan
-- CEO Liquor Cabinet featuring some of the most exquisite libations to quench the most discriminating tastes
-- Signed Combat Art Works by the famous Charles Waterhouse
-- Tickets and Passes to many of San Diego’s finest Restaurants, Museums and Attractions
-- A Day at the Races featuring a day at the famous Del Mar Race Track with behind the scenes tours
-- Marine Memorial Club Get-Away Package to San Francisco
-- OVER 100 ITEMS TO WINE, DINE, ENTERTAIN OR JUST HAVE FUN WITH
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS FUNDRAISER SUPPORT THE MCRD COMMAND MUSEUM AND HELP PRESERVE
AND PERPETUATE THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. MARINE CORPS FOR GENERATIONS TO COME.
THE MCRD MUSEUM HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS A 501 (C)(3) NON-PROFIT FOUNDATION AND ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
SILENT AND LIVE AUCTIONS
~ GENERAL RULES ~
1. All bidding is done through BID numbers provided by the MCRD Museum Historical Society. All persons wishing to bid must use their bid number,
assigned to them at registration check-in.
2. Bid sheets will be placed with each silent auction item. Bidders will fill in his/her name and bid number on the corresponding line with the dollar
amount he/she wishes to bid.
3. Announcements will be made when the silent auction is about to be closed. Once the silent auction is closed, no further bids will be accepted.
4. Unless otherwise specified, all auction items must be used within one year of the auction date. Please be aware of all expiration dates and restrictions.
5. All items purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises at the close of the evening’s event.
6. All auction items will be paid for and picked up at the Reception and Auction Area at the Hotel’s Pavilion.
7. Live Auction Items will be introduced during the Reception and Silent Auction process. The Auctioneer will introduce Live Auction Items up for bid
periodically throughout the Reception. Information about the Live Auction Items will be displayed on the Reception Area’s video screens and in the
8. The MCRD Museum Historical Society reserves the right to withdraw any auction items that fail to meet the minimum bid.
~ PROXY RULES ~
1. For purposes of bidding on Silent or Live Auction Items, PROXY BIDS will be allowed.
2. Consent given on behalf of bidder to proxy is an agency agreement, either written or verbal,that exists solely between the two parties and the MCRD
Historical Society specifically warrants that it is not a party to the agreement between the bidder and proxy.
3. MCRD Historical Society assumes no liability for any misrepresentations about the auction item or excessive bidding by the proxy, damage to product
once received by proxy but prior to delivery to bidder, and bidder is bound to rules of the auctions as printed in the event’s program as if bidder were
present at the event and read and understood rules on their own behalf.
4. All transactions are final.
Neither the MCRD Historical Society nor the donor will make any exchanges, refunds, or substitutions. The Auction Committee has attempted to
correctly describe and catalog all items. All property is sold“as-is.” The Committee and the MCRD Museum Historical Society neither warrant nor
represent the items or companies and shall not be held responsible for authenticity.