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Ebay sellers now include big businesses that are seeing the auction giant as a means to marketing expensive products.

The latest high ticket Ebay product is the $100,000 CEO Poker television sponsorship package that includes: television mentions, logo on the poker table, signage at the event, access to the CEO players, and more on a television show.

The CEO Poker television sponsorship item sits along side lunch with Warren Buffet, the billionaire, that has a high bid of over $502,000. The CEO Poker television sponsorship package benefits Best Buddies Charity in Miami, Florida.

The television sponsorship package can be purchased on Ebay, in the Giving Works area. A percentage of the television sponsorship package will be donated to Best Buddies Charity, based in Miami, Florida.

CEO Poker is a unique sporting event, to be hosted at The Palms in Las Vegas, Oct 22-27. At the event CEOs will battle for the title of Chairman of Poker and a large bounty in No Limit Texas Holdem.

“This is the first time Ebay bidders will be able to bid on a television show advertising sponsorship package on Ebay,” says William Peraza Jr., CEO of CEO poker. “We saw Ebay as an amazing way to reach millions with a unique television advertising and marketing opportunity.”

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Originally posted by Ty Tribble on June 30, 2006 in Ideas.


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