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Lucy sent the following message via Starship about the upcoming Starship mini auction for a voice mail recording:
"I am incredibly fortunate to have an amazing fan base around the globe many of whom willingly support causes I am passionate about. Although of course I've got my own voice on my answering machine, if I can offer that to someone else and it generates much needed funds for Starship Children's Hospital then I'd be thrilled!"
- Lucy Lawless 15 May 2013
Lucy sent the following message via Starship (Second message) about the voice mail recording)
"Thank you for visiting my auction and for caring about the causes I'm passionate about. By offering this answer phone recording to one to you, I hope to raise as much money as possible for Starship Children's Hospital. Will you please bid generously on this? I care deeply about our precious Starship kids.
Love, Lucy xx" 18 May 2013
Starship's 'Bids for Kids' is hosted via BuddyBid, a social commerce application that sits within Facebook.
Chairman of BuddyBid and CEO of Webb's Auction House Neil Campbell says, "Our team has worked hard over the last year to solve the need from brand owners to see better returns on their social media investments while extending their viral reach in an engaging manner. To see BuddyBid being used to raise funds for Starship Children's Hospital is a very rewarding outcome."
Starship Foundation CEO Brad Clark says, "The beauty of these auctions is that anyone bidding will share the activity with their friends, enhancing the viral and international reach of both the auction itself, and the Starship Foundation brand as a whole. And with some of the auctions we have in the pipeline, we're certain there will be a lot interest from people all over the world!"