Fans Can Bid on One-of-a-Kind Tree Decked with Autographed Player Ornaments, LeBron’s Shoes and more!
“Season of Giving” Tips Off with Cavaliers Christmas Tree Auction presented by Litehouse
CLEVELAND, November 11 - Brilliantly displayed on The Q’s concourse, stands a 10-foot Christmas tree that glows with Cavaliers spirit. Decorated with Cavaliers memorabilia, ornaments and garnishes hand-made by Cavs players and children from Cleveland Christian Home, the pre-lit artificial colonial fir donated by Litehouse symbolizes the start of the Cavaliers’ Season of Giving.
Beginning Friday, November 11th through Saturday December 17th, the one-of-a-kind Christmas tree that is adorned with 15 glittering basketballs autographed by each member of the 2005-06 Cavaliers, will be up for auction on www.cavs.com. All proceeds from the auction will benefit Cavaliers Charities, a fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation.
Illuminated with over 1,000 white lights, wrapped in garland made from player wristbands, decorated with player shoes, bobbleheads and basketball-themed garnishes, the tree is a unique collector’s item for any fan. It sits atop a tree skirt custom-made from Cavalier player’s jerseys. The tree is donated by Litehouse, a proud partner of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Cavaliers Charities supports organizations serving at-risk children and families in the areas of education, recreation, life skills and employment. Since its inception in 1993, Cavaliers Charities has returned over $17 million to the community.
Litehouse is proud to support local communities in the Northeast Ohio area through various charitable contributions since the company’s inception in 1959.