Scottsdale, AZ–NuVision has donated 26-, a 32-, and a 37-inch Deep Black LCD televisions to benefit The Light Foundation, a childrens charity formed in 2003 by New England Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light. The 37-inch model, along with a 61-inch plasma TV donated by Home Smart Home and Necessities Distributors, has been signed by the reigning Super Bowl Champion Patriots and is being auctioned on eBay, which will last from December 22-29, 2005, with proceeds benefiting the foundation.
We are honored to be able to play a part in such a worthwhile charitable event, said Scott Deley, NuVision CEO. The Light Foundation does wonderful things for children and we didnt think twice when asked if we would help with such a tremendous and important cause. We believe the winners of the auctions will not only receive a great LCD television, but also a great feeling knowing that their winning bids will benefit The Light Foundation.
All of the televisions will feature the New England Patriots logo and the two largest displays will be autographed by members of the team. According to Home Smart Home Marketing Director Chris Stanfa, Home Smart Home, a Massachusetts-based Home Electronics Integrator, will also deliver and provide basic setup of the televisions for any winning bidders within 100 miles of the Patriots’ Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
Starting December 22nd, NuVision and Home Smart Home will provide direct links to the auction at their respective websites (www.nuvision.com and
www.homesmarthome.net/auction) or interested parties can bid at the Home Smart Home showhome in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, where the televisions will be on display until the end of the auction.
Formed in 2003 by Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light, The Light Foundation helps support youth oriented non-profit organizations. According to The Light Foundation website, it provides funding to qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations or schools in the Southwestern Ohio (Matt Light was born and raised in Greenville, Ohio) and Greater Boston communities when such organizations will use such funds to further the educational endeavors, athletic endeavors, or social welfare of children. The Light Foundation helps youth-oriented medical institutions when in need, as well. For more information, contact John Keuffer at (513) 678-8883.