The limited-edition Killerspin SVR Bianco with the insignia of Pope Francis goes to auction, 100% for charity. The bidding starts high, but the charitable cause which benefits after the gavel strikes home is entirely up to the winner. And, the winner will go home with an extremely unique game table.
Killerspin went the distance when it came up with this extremely limited-edition offering: the Killerspin Revolution SVR Bianco limited-edition table. There were only five made by the company.
The original table was given to Pope Francis by Killerspin founder and CEO Robert Blackwell Jr in celebration of World UnPlugNPlay Day, which is a day dedicated to connecting to people we love and people who need our love. Direct, human-to-human interaction, with table tennis as the vehicle. There is no better way to connect than in person, in real time and in the same space. And a friendly table tennis match is an ideal catalyst.
Of the remaining four replicas, one is being held for the Killerspin Museum, two have been given to philanthropic businesspeople and the fourth and final replica is being auctioned in the Competition of Love with bidding starting at $250,000.
The intention of the Competition of Love is simple: to support a charity that makes the world a little better by helping those in need. All proceeds from the auction will go to the winner’s charity of choice, directly from the winner. Killerspin will not receive any financial benefit from this auction.
There is only one table left, and no other replicas will be produced. Click here to join the Competition of Love by placing your bid for the Killerspin Revolution SVR Bianco limited-edition table. Auction starts February 5 and ends February 19.