FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kathy McGuire, President
NJ Aid for Animals
P O Box 4, Cedar Brook, NJ 08018
APPRAISALS RAISE FUNDS FOR ABUSED ANIMALS
Camden County, NJ – (April 1, 2013) Abused and abandoned animals will get much needed help when NJ Aid for Animals (NJAFA), an animal charity located in Camden County, New Jersey partners with The Auction House, local well known auctioneers from Audubon, New Jersey.
In the spirit of “Antique Road Show” Marty Cobb, owner of The Auction House and appraiser for the day, brings over thirty years of experience to the business from both the retail and auction end of antiques and collectibles and will be appraising items for donations to NJAFA. Cobb has expertise in evaluating antique furniture, fine arts, decorative arts and collectibles, particularly toys and dolls.
Attendees may bring small items such as jewelry, coins, porcelain, as well as small furniture items for appraisal. NJAFA receives 100% of the proceeds and will be used to help abused and neglected animals
NJ Aid for Animals is an all-volunteer animal charity that has been striving to enrich every animal’s life they meet since 2005. Advocacy. Action. Impact.is their mantra and they are very effective in the most dangerous and poorest city in America, Camden.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Noon to 3:00 pm
The Auction House, 100 W. Merchant Street, Audubon
$10.00 donation per appraisal
No reservations required:
Questions: 856.728.0911 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds will benefit NJAFA
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