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Love Auctions with Items from Top Athletes for a Good Cause

ATHENS – The award-winning sports marketing department of ActiveMedia Group and the Sports Management Society of the leading private educational institution in the country, Deree – The American College of Greece return with another collaboration for a good cause.

The best wellness program in Europe and second best in the world, as distinguished in the latest International Travel & Tourism Awards of the World Travel Market in London, Navarino Challenge, the Sports Management Society of Deree – The American College of Greece, and the trading cards and memorabilia agency in Europe, Trace ‘n Chase, join their forces for a charity initiative that aims to reinforce nonprofit organizations.

Items from world-class athletes, hall of famers and ambassadors of Navarino Challenge will be available in a series of online auctions to be held in December 2021, through the digital auctions platform Charityidols.com.

Following the successful implementation of the auctions in 2019 and the transfer of 2020’s scheduled auctions to this year, all proceeds will be donated once again to non-profit organizations.

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