Event Details

Julien’s Auctions in partnership with K-Earth 101 and The Laugh Factory is proud to present the 2014 online charity auction to benefit The Bob Hope USO and America’s Troops.

Ending on July 14, 2014, the online auction includes a collection of once-in-a- lifetime experiences for you to bid on while helping a great cause. Bid to win your evening as a star on the Laugh Factory Stage, sit in with the cast of The Simpsons as they do a table read hosted by Nancy Cartwright, attend the 2015 GRAMMY® Awards where you will walk the red carpet, attend the show and go to the after party, attend a Dodger’s game with broadcasting legend Jim Hill where you will have a view of the entire stadium from the Press Box, and if you love hot dogs you will want to bid for a chance to have a special hot dog created with your name on the menu at the world famous Pink’s Hot Dogs in West Hollywood. These are just a few of the amazing experiences you can win in support of Bob Hope’s USO helping service people in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Then on July 3, K-Earth 101's Gary Bryan will host a Radiothon. Join Gary and top comedians as they perform at The Laugh Factory in West Hollywood, for a fundraising event full of hilarity. If you are in the Los Angeles area, you can attend this event. Purchase your tickets here: http://www.laughfactory.com/clubs/hollywood/date/2014-07-03. While there, we anticipate these famous folks may add a few more personal items to donate to the online auction, so keep watching the auction online for updates at www.julienslive.com and listening to K-Earth 101 in Los Angeles or streaming live at http://kearth101.cbslocal.com/.
Don’t need a once-in-a-lifetime experience but still want to help?  Donations will be accepted online at www.bobhopeuso.com or via text at a special number announced by Gary at the event.
The money raised will make a huge difference in the lives of service members and their families. The USO has taken on the task of caring for our wounded heroes, supporting families of the fallen and helping our service members transition back into civilian life. A decade of war has left more than 400,000 troops wounded, disabled or killed. Our troops and their families need us now more than ever. Please join us at www.julienslive.com to find a life changing experience for yourself and to assist in changing the lives of our service members.