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Have Lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Bidding Starts at $10,000


iPhoneForums.net News Team
Jun 15, 2010
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Bay Area, CA
For the third year in a row, Apple CEO Tim Cook is participating in another charity auction through the website Charitybuzz. Cook is once again choosing support the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights campaign as his charity pick.

The fruit company frontman is offering himself up to meet for a lunch with the highest bidder/donator. The lunch will take place at Apple's campus in Cupertino for approximately an hour. Along with the free lunch, Cook will also offer the winner two VIP tickets to a future Apple event.

Tim Cook's charity campaigns have always been pretty interesting. Back in 2013, Cook set an estimated value for his luncheon at $50,000, which then made it all the way up to $610,000. In 2014, Cook's estimated value doubled to $100,000, however the auction ended with only $310,000.

This year the starting bid for Cook's charity is only $10,000, or the price of an Apple Watch Edition. The estimated value of the auction is set around $100,000, so it will be interesting to see if the Apple CEO can break last year's winning bid once again.

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