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Bryan Batt takes auctioneer role for Helluva Hullabaloo fundraiser

Auction-goers will have a myriad of bidding opportunities from signed sports memorabilia to vacation packages to certificates for dining at New Orleans restaurants and much more.  

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Bryan Batt returns to his alma mater to lend a hand with the Helluva Hullabaloo Auction, featuring both live and silent bidding. (Photo provided by Bryan Batt)

 

October 29, 2012

Carol Schlueter
cjs@tulane.edu

Bryan Batt is a Tulane alumnus with a successful Hollywood, Broadway and television career, but on Friday (Nov. 2) he’s taking on a new role on campus. Batt will be the auctioneer on Friday (Nov. 2) during Homecoming weekend for the 11th annual Helluva Hullabaloo Auction.

He will wield the gavel for a good cause — to raise funds for Tulane student-athletes at a live and silent auction event that has become a major fundraiser for the university, thanks to donations of hundreds of items that will go to the highest bidders. More...

 

 

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