Attention Star Wars Fans!!! Auction item: Rancho Obi-Wan

At the Shindig! (July 14, Alpine Inn, Portola Valley, 2pm-6pm), BTC is hosting a silent auction. Here is the first featured auction item: a membership to Rancho Obi-Wan, including a private tour and many other benefits! A $600 value! Bids start at $300 (thats half-price!).

Rancho Obi-Wan private tours

Rancho Obi-Wan (ROW) is a non-profit Star Wars memorabilia museum on the outskirts of wine country in Sonoma County, California, just a 50-minute drive north of San Francisco. It is an eye-popping, wonder-inducing, interactive experience for fans of the saga of all ages and from all over the world. Recently remodeled, its nearly 9,000 square feet of space houses 35 years of Star Wars treasures from all over the world, from movie-used props to tubes of toothpaste, from hundreds of works of art to thousands of posters, from every action figure and vehicle ever made to fan-created piñatas.

The winner of this auction will receive a Membership to Rancho Obi-Wan which includes one private tour of Rancho Obi-Wan for up to 5 people led by Steve Sansweet. Each guest will get:

  • Quarterly email newsletter with the latest news about ROW
  • Charter Year Membership Kit which includes:
  • Welcome letter from Steve Sansweet
  • Exclusive 4″ Square 2012 Charter Member patch
  • Charter Membership card personalized for you and signed by Steve Sansweet

About Carola F. Berger

CFB Scientific Translations and Consulting Professional, ATA-certified (EN>DE) translator of patents, technical and scientific texts with a PhD in physics and a Master's degree (Dipl-Ing) in engineering physics.

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