LOS ANGELES, CA. - SEPT. 15, 2005 - On September 24-25, the NAXCOM Sports Collectible Marketplace (www.naxcom.com) will be sponsoring a Hurricane Katrina weekend sales event with 25% of the sale proceeds from participating sellers being donated to the Red Cross to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. In addition, NAXCOM will also donate 25% of their proceeds during that weekend from the sales that occur with those sellers.
"All of us at NAXCOM have all been really struck by the magnitude of the devastation due to Hurricane Katrina and we felt like we needed to do something to help" said Eric Beckerman CEO of NAXCOM. "This event is our chance to assist in the recovery efforts and the response from our NAXCOM user base has been overwhelming." continued Beckerman "We now hope that sport collectors respond as well by making a purchase on NAXCOM the weekend of 9/24-25 and help us to donate as much as possible to victims of Hurricane Katrina."
The NAXCOM Hurricane Katrina relief weekend sales event is taking place at www.naxcom.com on Saturday September 24 and Sunday September 25 (pdt). NAXCOM will have a list of participating sellers on its home page and these sellers will also have a red cross next to all of their listings to make it easier to find them. For any questions regarding this event, please contact NAXCOM customer care at (310) 568-8825 or email email@example.com.
NAXCOM is the fastest growing sports collectible marketplace on the Internet with over 100,000 registered users and over 4,000,000 listings. Unlike online sports memorabilia auctions that let sellers post a starting price and buyers escalate the price, NAXCOM is modeled after the stock market boasting narrow bid/ask spreads resulting in true market prices. In addition, every transaction is guaranteed by NAXCOM with their exclusive buyer protection guarantee! Combine all of this with VIP Seller Free Shipping Offers Everyday, No Listing Fees & the best customer service in the industry, and you can see why NAXCOM has become "The Marketplace Where The Pros Go!"