Eli Manning Donates Superbowl MVP Corvette To Coronavirus Charity

Eli Manning joins pro athletes and celebrities for COVID-19 benefit auction Football legend quarterback the New York Giants, Eli Manning, wants to give back to contribute to the fight...

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Eli Manning joins pro athletes and celebrities for COVID-19 benefit auction

Football legend quarterback the New York Giants, Eli Manning, wants to give back to contribute to the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19). Many professional athletes are contributing to a benefit auction for the ALL IN Challenge, a celebrity COVID-19 relief effort organizer by Philadelphia 76ers partner and Fanatics executive chairman, Michael Rubin.

Eli Manning announced he will be contributing to the relief effort by donating his MVP car awarded to him after winning Super Bowl XLVI, a 2012 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible Centennial Edition that only has a mileage of 5,830 miles. The starting bid for Manning’s MVP Corvette was $10,000 and is up to $80,000 with 8 days left on the auction block. Manning is also offering another experience to flip the coin as honorary NY Giants captain and dinner with Manning himself.

This isn’t the Manning to give back to the ALL IN Challenge. Retired Denver Broncos player, Payton Manning, is offering a fan the opportunity to spend the day with him with a game of golf and dinner in your own home town with the current bid for $85,000.

Many athletes and celebrities are offering some amazing auction items and experiences including New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, offering a game jersey and dinner at his Tampa Bay home with the current highest bid at $140,000.

Retired professional New York Yankees player, Alexander Rodriguez a.k.a A-Rod, is offering a private batting lesson along with his World Series Trophy to take home with the current bid of $60,000. Retired basketball player of the Los Angeles Lakers, Magic Johnson, is offering a good old game of H.O.R.S.E. and the chance for a fan to sit courtside for a Lakers game with the current bid at $50,000

Retired Miami Heat player, Dwyane Wade, is offering a winemaking experience with a fan for the current bid of $22,000. For more on the ALL IN Challenge, check out the program and auction here.

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