13th Annual Warren Buffett Power Lunch Auction Closes Tonight!

We are getting really excited as the final hours of the auction approach! GLIDE’s partnership with the eBay family has contributed to the continual success of the Annual Warren Buffett Power Lunch Auction. Learn more about how it all began with a friendship in today’s video.

Don’t forget to tune in at 7:00pm tonight to countdown live with GLIDE!

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