Silent Auction Benefits Homeless Veterans

Attendees of the 2018 Veterans Rally in Cripple Creek will have the opportunity to bid on some great items donated to our annual silent auction. This year, proceeds benefit Vets 4 Vets organization, a local grassroots outfit dedicated to helping homeless Veterans in our region.


First, world renowned artist David Uhl has donated a framed commemorative painting titled “Acknowledged“. this is one of Uhl’s most recent pieces and depicts a scene from “Rolling Thunder” in Washington DC. The 24” X 24” framed piece retails at $850.

Bid on this awesome piece and help homeless Veterans.



Next, a handmade 3’ X 5’ patriotic quilt donated by Terrie Burke shows the love and dedication she has for our country. This unique piece is valued at over $100.


TA print

Next an original 1st edition infused aluminum print “1942” by Tim Anderson Photography, Colorado Springs CO. Valued at $200.00



Finally, a set of three different bottles of commemorative Jack Daniels “Single Barrel Select” Tennessee Whiskey are also up for bid. The rare factory sealed bottles feature”

  1. the 30th anniversary POW MIA Recognition Ride logo,
  2. the 30th anniversary Run for the Wall logo, and
  3. a special one-year-only Combat Hero Bike Build commemorative logo.

Each logo is beautifully etched into the glass, and the three bottles together retail for over $400.


Everyone is welcome to bid on these great items.To place your bid, simply stop by the official Rally merchandise tent located at the corner of 2nd Street and Bennett Avenue during the rally.

Winner need not be present to win. Bidding closes Sunday at 4pm sharp.

At that time we will announce the winner at the Merchandise Booth at 2nd St. & Bennett Ave. and also notify you by calling the number provided.

Please observe the “bid increment” amount.

Proof of ID must be provided to claim prize.

Payment can be made in cash or credit card with valid ID.


Last Updated on Friday, 10 August 2018 15:54