Pats Raise Nearly $30,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Through SpongeBob Jersey Auction

Regina, Sask. — The Regina Pats Hockey Club is thrilled to announce that a total of $29,550 was raised through their online jersey auction this past weekend, which featured one-of-a-kind SpongeBob SquarePants jerseys as part of RE/MAX presents: Nickelodeon Night.

Net proceeds from this auction will go to Children’s Miracle Network, which strives to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and research.

“We are overwhelmed by the positive reaction to this theme jersey and this initiative,” Pats CEO Gord Pritchard said. “We’d like to thank all the bidders who supported the Children’s Miracle Network through our auction and also thank RE/MAX, Nickelodeon and the WHL for playing an important role in helping children right here in our province.”

The highest bidding jersey was Connor Bedard’s, which went for $13,025. The next next closest was Tanner Howe’s jersey ($2,025), followed by Borya Valis’ ($1,500), Stanislav Svozil’s ($1,325) and Alexander Suzdalev’s ($1,200).

This is the first of four online jersey auctions the Pats will be doing this season, all of which will see money raised for different charitable causes. More details on the next Pats online jersey auction will be made public in the coming weeks.

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