Friday, March 12, 2010

Cafe Goes Baldrick's

The hits keep on coming. Cafe 641 announces a charity auction to raise money for St. Baldrick's, a foundation that raises money for children's cancer research.

Here's the details:
Sean Niehus, an original Cafe 641 patron from Row 40, is participating in the St. Baldrick's event as a shavee. Sean has agreed to shave his fleur-de-locks AND grow a mustache in an effort to raise money for the St. Baldrick's foundation. His goal? $3,000.

How can you help?
Bid on Saints tickets!
Cafe 641 is sponsoring an e-bay auction for a pair of tickets to the 2010 Saints/Bucs game (Section 641, Row 40, Seats 13 & 14). Bids start at $100 (an amazing deal!) Auction ends Friday, March 19, when Sean will remove all hair from his head and face except a suave fleur-de-stache!

And these aren't just ordinary tickets. These are tickets in the heart of Cafe 641! They come with a commemorative Super Bowl menu, a Golden Lombardi Spoon, and a XLIV Cafe 641 button! ALL proceeds of the auction will go to Sean's St. Baldrick's fundraising campaign. Tickets will be mailed as soon as they are delivered to season ticketholders this summer.

Donate to Sean's St. Baldrick's campaign. Donate as little as the cost of a 12 oz. of Dome Foam or as much as a single game ticket. Do it for the kids. Do it for the stache.

Spread the word!
Let your friends & family know about St. Baldrick's and the Cafe's "Sean Goes Bald & Grows a Stache" campaign.

A little about Sean:
* After debuting in the Cafe in 2006, Sean led multiple post-game trips to Molly's on the Market for celebratory drinks. Remember Sean buying you a drink after Reggie's punt return to win the Tampa game? I do. Remember Sean stumbling down Decatur after Deuce's playoff demo of the Eagles so he could buy you another drink? I do.

* Sean has been active in the Jefferson City Buzzards and now is an ordinary man with extraordinary moves in the 610 Stompers.

In this, our Lenten Lombardi season, let's give a little something to the kids and celebrate the power of the stache.

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