Habitat for Humanity Auction Website is Now Live for the 2018 "Hammers and High Heels" Event

The Auction is now LIVE and will end on June 2nd at 9:15 pm (CDT)
Franklin, TN - May 25, 2018 -- Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury has launched the 2018 "Hammers and High Heels" Auction site that is now LIVE and ready for bids.
The auction includes original artwork, items from Franklin's finest retailers, and sports memorabilia including a 2018 team-signed Nashville Predators jersey and game tickets, autographed footballs by the Patriots' Shaq Mason and the Titans' Adoree Jackson.  Supporters can bid on a guitar signed by Brad Paisley and another guitar signed by numerous artists including Garth Brooks, Kelsea Ballerini, and Dierks Bentley.  The auction also includes amazing experiences including a stay at the Opryland Hotel, VIP experience at Arrington Vineyard, a 7-day Destin condo rental, Pilgrimage Festival Tickets, Paul Simon concert tickets, The Standard of Magic tickets and a French Lick Resort & Golf vacation weekend. 
These are just a few of the incredible auction items now available for bidding at http://hfhwm.cbo.io.
The auction will end at 9:15pm CST during the Annual "Hammers and High Heels" Women Build fundraiser on June 2nd at The Factory at Franklin-Liberty Hall, 230 Franklin Road, in Franklin, TN.  

Tickets are still available for purchase, but attendance at the event is not required to bid.  Winning bidders can pick up their items at the HFHWM office, or they can be shipped at the winner's expense (card to be charged upon shipping).
The festive event will be emceed by Dawn Davenport, Emmy award winning sports broadcaster and co-host of the 3HL radio show on 104.5 The Zone. The event will also feature a "Jewelry Pull" hosted by Kendra Scott, and a "live" auction of several incredible items. The event will offer hand-crafted cocktails provided by Gray's on Main, featuring H. Clark Distillery's small-batched Tennessee Bourbon and Dry Gin, followed by a gourmet buffet from Catering by Suzette, and a variety of desserts from the Cheesecake Factory, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Papa C Pies, Schakolad Chocolate Factory, and Triple Crown Bakery. Later Rubiks Groove will take the stage with their "Out of the Box" Dance Party, highlighting hits from the 80's & 90's. VIP ticket guests will be treated to special after-dinner drinks from Gray's, a coffee bar from The Coffee House at Second and Bridge, and specialty desserts in an upstairs lounge decorated by local designer Holly Thompson Homes. In addition, surprise guests are also scheduled to appear during the event.
Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program empowers women to grab a hammer and take the lead to help lower-income families in their own community build and purchase safe, affordable housing. Hammer's & High Heels, HFHWM's largest fundraiser, will bring 350 to 400 people together on June 2nd to raise the $70,000 needed for the "bricks and sticks" of this home. Habitat for Humanityhas built 215 homes in Williamson and Maury Counties and continues to build 10-12 new homes per year.
This year's Women Build future homeowner Vanesia Brown is a single mother of two who never imagined she would own her own home. She was ecstatic to qualify to be part of the Habitat Homeownership program. Over the next few months, she will complete 280 hours of "sweat equity," save up the $2,000 in closing costs, and will then be eligible to purchase her house with a zero-interest mortgage.
Special thanks to our sponsors Censis, The Jones Company, Nissan, SunTrust Mortgage, Diversicare, Liquid Networx and Pinnacle Bank.
About Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson and Maury Counties (HFHWM) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization and ecumenical Christian ministry that works with low-income families and donors to build simple, decent homes and sell them with no profit and no interest. HFHWM was fully incorporated as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International on December 5, 1992. Driven by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity has grown from a grassroots effort that began on a community farm in southern Georgia in 1976 to a global nonprofit housing organization in nearly 1,400 communities across the United States and in over seventy countries. People partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home.



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