AUCTION!

ATLANTA HAWKS HALL OF

FAME EXPERIENCE

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • 4 VIP Club Tickets – Regular Season

  • Dinner with Atlanta Hawks Vice Chair of the Board Grant Hill

  • Access to the Pre Game Court / Shoot Around

  • Atlanta Hawks Signed Basketball

  • Signed Dominque Wilkins Jersey

  • Hotel: Glenn Hotel

Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Grant Hill

Hall of Fame Class of 2006

Dominque Wilkins

Q & A

Q1: Does the winner choose the game they wish to attend?

A1:  Please consult the Atlanta Hawks 2018-19 regular season schedule to select a game.

Q2: Are there any games they cannot choose or any restrictions (regular season only, no post-season games)?

A2:  The Hawks vs. Lakers (2/12) are EXCLUDED as are any potential post-season games.

Q3: Will I get physical tickets in my hand so I can give all the package components to the winner?

A3: All tickets will be mobile.  There will not be any hard tickets sent to the winner.

Q5: Once the game has been selected, who is the point of contact about where to go for access to arena to watch the pre-game shoot around?

A5: Once the game is determined, the Atlanta Hawks organization will contact you to communicate the specifics on where the guests will need to meet and who will escort them to the shoot-around.

About

Improving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is a priority, especially among African American students.  Though America will need to add 1 million more STEM professionals to meet workforce needs by 2022, African American youth are the least likely racial group to enter technology fields (U.S. Department of Labor). Through 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance, 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is prepared to close the academic achievement gap to inspire elementary, middle and high school student interest in STEM fields.

Through our robotics program, we strive to reach students of color in at-risk communities and help them realize they can achieve professional success in STEM fields they may otherwise never have considered. To better serve students, the robotics facility operates within the Johnson Research & Development Labs (15,000-square-foot of space) where they are mentored by former NASA scientist and 100 member, Dr. Lonnie Johnson, and coached by individuals who provide real-world examples of professional success in STEM fields. The students’ skills are then tested at FIRST Lego League (elementary and middle school), FIRST Tech Challenge (middle school), and FIRST Robotics (high school) competitions. Our robotics team have competed at the city, regional and national levels.

Every dollar given helps us to reach our goal to boost exposure to STEM with hands-on experiences and resources for over 4,000 students in underserved communities across 10 cities in Georgia.