The right to tea with Apple's CEO Tim Cook is about 62 million yen awarded


ByAlfred Hermida

The right to co-ordinate with Apple's Tim Cook CEO on auction siteCharitybuzzI was auctioned at. The period was from April 24 to May 14, 2013, and the bid price was set at $ 605,000 (about 61.9 million yen) on the day before the last day of the auction, but in the end It seems that it was made a successful bid for 610,000 dollars (about 62.4 million yen).

Charitybuzz | CLOSES TODAY! Coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple Headquarters in Cupertino
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Tim Cook Coffee Auction Ends with $ 610,000 Bid - Mac Rumors
http://www.macrumors.com/2013/05/14/tim-cook-coffee-auction-ends-with-610000-bid/


The expiration date of rights auctioned is one year from the date of bidding and if coffee is available within a period, you can enjoy a coffee break for 30 minutes to 1 hour with Mr. Cook. When visiting the Apple headquarters it is necessary to receive confidentiality contracts and security inspections, and the use of Twitter, blogs, SNS is prohibited during the time. Travel expenses to Apple headquarters are self-paying, and payment for coffee fee is unknown.

ByRennes.i

The highest amount of goods bidding on charitybuzz so farLamborghiniofAventador LP 700-4 RoadsterAnd the price was 610,000 dollars (about 62.4 million yen). Compared with the Aventador's starting price of 500,000 dollars (about 51 million yen), the right to coffee with Mr. Tim Cook was from 50,000 dollars (about 5.1 million yen), so charitybuzz also rises so far It did not seem to have expected.


The price of the auction was competed by 86 people, many of whom were companies wanting work with Apple. Although charitybuzz does not clarify the information of the highest bidder, it is also thought that the successful bidder himself will take over in the future.

The revenue minus the auction expense is the charity founded by the bereaved family member of former Attorney General Robert KennedyRobert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human RightsIt is planned to be donated to.

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