OCC is offering a gift for someone who has it all!

Looking for a unique holiday gift this season, that is sure to be a big BOOM? Look no further than this once in a lifetime opportunity from Oakland Community College to implode a Metro Detroit skyscraper.

Place a bid for you or that special someone on your Holiday List here:  http://r.ebay.com/xU7jJy. Bidding is open through 11 p.m. Thursday, December 11, 2014. On the morning of December 14, 2014, one lucky bidder will have the chance to start the implosion of a 17-story building in Southfield, the future site of an (undecided) OCC project.

Proceeds from the auction are going to support OCC students through the Oakland Community College Foundation.

OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPIRIT

Add a little kaboom to your holiday season! Oakland Community College is auctioning the opportunity to implode a Metro Detroit skyscraper. usethisone

On the morning of December 14, 2014, one lucky bidder will have the chance to start the implosion of a 17-story building in Southfield,  Mich. Visit http://r.ebay.com/xU7jJy to place your bid. Bidding is open through 11 p.m. Thursday, December 11, 2014.

Auction winner will receive: 1) The opportunity to start the implosion of the skyscraper, 2) A commemorative photo of the event, 3) Recognition on the OCC Foundation website. Bids are tax-deductible and all proceeds go to OCC students.

“We are excited to offer this unique opportunity to one lucky winner,” said OCC Foundation Executive Director Carol Furlong. “Proceeds go to supporting our students.”

OCC purchased the 42-year-old, 17-story, 340,000 square feet property known as North Park Plaza earlier this year. While there are no immediate plans for the property…

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