Last night, the University of South Florida’s Kappa Sigma pulled off what is possibly the greatest philanthropy event of all time: a fraternity auction. Lots of fraternities all over put on this type of event, but Kappa Sig took things to the next level. Before I say another word, let’s watch the promo videos.
Okay, so now you see what we’re working with, but from there, things only get better. The boys began the event with a Magic Mike-style dance, choreographed to BSB’s “I Want It That Way” by USF alumna Torrey Taylor. Are you sweating yet? Ladies were encouraged to dress up for the event, which almost never happens in college. As you can imagine, the show sold more than five hundred tickets to young women who were eager to put on their best to watch some hot guys take off their best.
The three rounds of bachelors were auctioned off and each of them came with a date package, ranging from a double date with margaritas to skydiving followed by massages. Men stripped down on stage to entice the women to up their bids, as the money would go to Fisher House, which aids wounded veterans and their families in recovering as they come home from war. The highest bid placed was $275, which helped Kappa Sigma reach its total of $2,740. For more photos from the event, head over to The Oracle, USF’s student newspaper. You won’t be disappointed..
[via The Oracle]
Images via Torrey Taylor