Still Unpredictable Silent Auction includes seven day stay in Las Vegas, set of Bridgestone Tires and iPod Touch

SBResults and the Nashville GLBT Chamber have teamed up to offer a $2,000 seven day stay at a resort condominium in Las Vegas as part of Still Unpredictable silent auction.

The package is just one of many spectacular items that will be up for the highest bid during the Nashville GLBT Chamber of Commerce’s largest fundraiser of the year. Other items include a 32" Flat Screen HDTV; a year’s worth of flowers from The Blooming Boutique ($1,200 value); a set of tires from Bridgestone; a corporate identity package from Gish Sherwood and Friends ($2,500 value); an iPod Touch donated by Out & About Newspaper (see more items below).

The stay, which must be used the week of May 25 to June 1, does not include air fare.

The Grandview at Las Vegas is located on the famous Las Vegas strip, and is about seven miles from the main casinos and other attractions.

Unique Features of The Grandview at Las Vegas

  • Professionally decorated in a desert sunset motif
  • Spacious one- and two-bedroom floor plans
  • Kitchen, living room and dining room integrated for entertaining and enjoyment
  • Ceramic tile in living areas
  • Washer and dryer in every unit
  • Fully appointed kitchen equipped with dishwasher, range, coffee maker, toaster, ice maker, full-size refrigerator and microwave oven
  • Telephones in each unit
  • Wireless Internet available in every room at a charge
  • Entertainment center complete with 36" television, DVD player and compact disc stereo system
  • All linens and bath towels provided
  • 27" color television in bedroom
  • Walk-in shower/Jacuzzi tubs
  • Weekly maid service (daily service available upon request for minimal fee)
  • Pools, spas and water features
  • Fitness room featuring cardio equipment, universal machine and stretching area
  • King-sized bed and queen-sized sofa bed
  • Barbeque and picnic area
  • Snack bar
  • Game room

In addition to captivating casino action, Las Vegas offers a wealth of entertainment opportunities designed to dazzle you and yours. Visit the majestic creatures housed at The Lion Habitat, MGM Grand's showcase for public education and appreciation. Take a thrill ride on the Big Shot - the Stratosphere's thrilling 180-feet free-fall ride. Enjoy the sights of Las Vegas from the observation deck 50 stories above the Strip on the replica Eiffel Tower at Paris. Catch Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island or one of the mystifying magic shows at the Venetian. Visit Madame Tussaud's Celebrity Encounter, M&M World and the Liberace Museum. You can also hike in scenic Red Rock Canyon, take a riverboat cruise on Lake Mead and learn about the inner workings of the Hoover Dam!

Other silent auction items include:

  • A set of tires donated by Bridgestone
  • An iPod Touch donated by Out & About Newspaper
  • A corporate identity package (valued up to $2,500) donated by Gish, Sherwood & Friends
  • A year's worth of flowers donated by The Blooming Boutique (valued up to $1,200)
  • A week's worth of dog boarding (valued up to $300) donated by Almost Home Pet Farm
  • $100 Kroger Store Gift Card
  • Various pieces of art donated by local artists
  • Two tickets for the Nashville Synphony for shows on 5/10 & 5/31 donated by Suntrust Bank (Mark Manasco)
  • Free make up application worth $50 with a face chart in private area and free mascara - donated by MAC Comestics
  • Food Network Comcast Cable Gift Bag - donated by Janet Calvo from Comcast Cable valued at $120
  • Four tickets to Steve Martin's The Underpants donated by the Tennessee Rep Theater valued at $160
  • One year subscription to The Advocate and Out Magazine valued at $138
  • One hour massage donated by Jimmy Smith, LMT
  • Home inspection donated by Eagle Eye Home Inspections (Teresa Aguilar)
  • Summer Fun Package that includes one bottle of 1998 Napa Valley Robert Mondavi Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Whole Foods Gift Card for use in purchasing Cabot Cheeses (or anything else) ($20) Sunvisor, Frisbee, Insulated mug, Wrist band, Volleyball keychain, Rubber Cabot cow, Cheese slicer, First Aid kit, Jump rope, Olive Fork, Jar of Spanish olives, Cabot Vermont insulated, zippered party tote filled with summer fun Cabot items (valued at more than $300) donated by Jim Robert and Gary Stewart
  • A Vol 16#1 Feb 2006 with the L-Word characters Max-Moira and Carmen played by Daniela Sea and Sarah Shahi. Daniela Sea signed the cover as did Ilene Chaiken the producer of L-Word. Also included is a one year US subscription to Curve.  
  • Up to $100 windshield repair or headlamp polishing by Superglass Windshield Repair
  • Weekend Get-Away package at AmeriSuites/Hyatt Place
  • Gift pack from Packers and Poodles consisting of T-shirts, a book and a hat. 
  • Joseph Gregory is offering one of his exclusive highlights, cut and deep conditions treatment
  • $50 gift certificate to Mad Donnas
  • Christian Dye has donated two paintings valued at $1,000
  • Seven days lodging at the Grandview at Las Vegas (for up to four people). $2,000 value donated by SBResults and the Nashville GLBT Chamber of Commerce  (Airfare not included.) Must be used May 25 to June 1, 2008. This property has been booked that week for the winner of this exceptional silent auction item. View Property and Details HERE. 
  • Basic Estate Planning Package for Two (valued at $1,000) donated by Benjamin Papa, attorney and mediator, Forward Focus, PLLC - Package includes one of each of the following documents for each of the two individuals: Will, Living Will, Power of Attorney for Finances, Advance Care Plan for Healthcare, and Hospital Visitation Authorization (eligible only individuals whose net worth is $1 million or less ($2 million for the couple). 
  • An incredible lamp donated by Lumen Lamps
  • A weekend stay with one day ski lift for two good at four separate ski lodges at Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City donated by Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport
  • A Dell Computer laptop
  • Framed and matted art, donated by Laurie and Deanna from Hermitage
  • Unframed art, "silent figure" on canvas painted and donated by Travis Smith
  • Summertime Janis Joplin - Charcoal on Paper art by Nick Freemana, a Local artist from Cookeville, TN - donated by Elite Pest Control
  • Smoking Audrey – Audrey Hepburn- Charcoal on Paper art by Nick Freemana, a Local artist from Cookeville, TN - donated by Elite Pest Control
  • Ahhh – Romance Picture - Charcoal on Paper art by Nick Freemana, a Local artist from Cookeville, TN - donated by Elite Pest Control
  • Skin Package donated by Jennifer Parrish from American Laser Centers
  • Contemporary abstract artist/nudes/floral's and three dmensional  abstract art donated by local artist Gary Hartsfield
  • Personal Training Sessions, donated by Jeff Howerton and LEAN Personal Training
  • One year Premium Membership to and Gift Basket donated by
  • Two tickets to the Nashville Symphony good for any show this season donated by Jon Grayson
  • Two tickets to see Kenny G perform on Sunday, June 15 at TPAC’s Jackson Hall, donated by Out & About Newspaper and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC).
  • Special item donated by The Beveled Edge
  • 32" LCD HDTV donated by John Wade, Toni Pack, David Lazarus and Michael Fluck
  • Marble torso and a lesbian license plate painting donated by Doug Doss
  • Martha Stewart home book and a box that helps the home go green donated by Michael Lowe
  • Tickets to 12 Angry Men donated by TPAC
  • Valuables worth up to $100 donated by J & B Treasurers  Furniture Consignment
  • Highlight, cut and deep conditions treatment worth $180 donated by Joseph Charles Gregory
  • Two tickets to "I Am My Own Wife" donated by Mark Cabus
  • Personal chef for a dinner party up to 10 people. You supply the ingredients and Chef Eric Payne will do the work!
  • A painted illustration donated by Liz Brantly
  • Gift Package for the Nashville Shakespear Company donated by the Nashville Shakespear Festival
  • 12 movie tickets good for use at Regal Cinemas
  • Free design work by Ross Stone
  • Two tickets to the 2008 season of the Nashville Ballet donated by Amos Gott
  • And much, much more!

    For tickets and more information about Still Unpredictable, click here.

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