August 23, 2007 in Services (E)
[prMac.com] MYSTIC, Conn. - Aug. 22, 2007 - PMC Software Auctions today announced the start of the 2007 charity actions. The auctions, which feature Mac software exclusively, benefit cancer research and treatment as part of the Pan-Mass Challenge. Anyone can get deep, auction-level discounts on Mac games, utilities and applications, ranging from shareware to seriously powerful productivity software.
Who: Mac people, especially who want to help battle cancer.
What: Online auction of awesome bundles of Mac software. Retail value of each auction bundle is a aprox. US$1000. Some example titles include: "Huge Mac Apps Bundle: Games, Audio/Video, Utilities"; "Ultimate Mac Software Bundle for those Creative Types"; and "Mac Software Bundle: The Kitchen Sink!"
When: Auctions are open now.
Why: The 2007 PMC Software Auction features great Mac software bundles for tricking out the box of your back-to-school student, or your own machine. All proceeds (as in 100% after eBay fees) will go to the Pan-Mass Challenge benefitting the Jimmy Fund for the research and treatement of cancer at Dana-Farber.
The 2007 PMC Software Auctions is a charity auction project, which features Mac software exclusively, to benefit cancer research and treatment as part of the Pan-Mass Challenge.