Alice Cooper’s Guitar up for Auction

Autographed Guitar Auction will Benefit Agriculture in the Classroom

After rocking for over four decades with hit songs like “School’s Out,” Arizona’s most famous Rock & Roller, Alice Cooper, has been nominated to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

And now, Alice Cooper fans can bid on a chance to get their own piece of Rock & Roll fame- an autographed Alice Cooper Guitar- at an auction sponsored by the Arizona Farm Bureau.

Proceeds from this auction will go to the Arizona Farm Bureau Educational Farming Company to advance the cause of agriculture in the classroom. This 501(c)(3) organization provides agricultural themed curriculum kits free to Arizona teachers of kindergarten through sixth grade.

The curriculum kits are a big hit with Arizona teachers and students alike and include themes like Apples, Arizona Five Cs, Arizona Fruits & Veggies, Cattle, Cotton, Poultry and pumpkins.

The kits include hands-on activities centered on agriculture, food and natural science.  Students also discover that they do not have to be a farmer or rancher to work in agriculture.

The auction ends on November 11, 2010, with the highest bidder winning the guitar.  The guitar was donated by Coye Pointer, General Manager of Airpark Chrysler Jeep, located in Scottsdale, Arizona.  The total value of this autographed Alice Cooper Guitar is priceless.

To place your winning bid, go to:

About the Arizona Farm Bureau

The Arizona Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving and improving the Agriculture industry through member involvement in education, political activities, programs and services.  For more information go to

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