Kramer helps raise $125,000 in recent auctions

Steiner Sports and the Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund, which was founded by former Green Bay Packers star Jerry Kramer, have raised more than $125,000 in recent auctions.

Among the key items sold were a Super Bowl XLII celebrity golf and game experience, $16,500; Mike Ditka’s 1975 Cowboys NFC Championship ring with glass display case, $12,200; a day of tennis with John McEnroe, $11,250; and the chance to spend a day on the set of “NFL on Fox” with Howie Long, $10,000. The Gridiron Greats auction continues through March 5 with items such as a Lambeau Field “Jim Ringo 1953-63″ ring of honor sign, a fishing trip for two with Kramer and Jim Langer, a behind-the-scenes trip for two to the NFL Network studios to watch a taping of a show with Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci and Deion Sanders. To make a bid or view items in the auction, visit www.jerrykramer.com for more information.

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