Three Blind Vines event benefitting Heritage Foundation – Next Gen  will take place on Friday, March 27, 2015  and they have added new items this week.   They announced  that for the first time ever, you will be able to bid online using mobile devices during the event!

The 2015 silent auction committee has curated a selection of unique items that collectively represent approximately $18,000 in retail value! Items range from artwork and entertainment to one-of-a-kind jewelry and hotel accommodations donated by supporters of the Next Generation Heritage Foundation.

All bidding for our silent auction will take place on your mobile phone (and/or your home computer)… allowing for a simple and completely paperless bidding system! This feature will eliminate overcrowding around auction items and make the event run more efficiently from registration to checkout.

To start your mobile bidding, setup on your home computer or phone can be used interchangeably. Just click the “register” button in the upper left corner when you visit To view the first selection of silent online items, CLICK HERE!

Here are the top three highest bid items so far.


Vanderbilt Legends Golf for Four 

Enjoy one round of golf for up to four players on the South Course of Vanderbilt Legends Club. Includes gold carts. Must be used Monday-Thursday.

Tucked between rolling hills and breathtaking panoramas, Vanderbilt Legends Club’s private facility features two championship courses co-designed by Hall of Fame golfer Tom Kite and renowned golf course architect Bob Cupp. Each course is designed to challenge golfers of all skill levels as they meander through scenic ponds and lush, contoured countryside.

NCB Jewelry

This stunning, one of a kind necklace was created by Natalie Blin. It features a leather chain with a dangle composed of buffalo tooth, quartz crystal, agate, pyrite, 14k gold fill metal and copper details.

NCB Jewelry is designed and created by artist Natalie Blin in her Nashville studio. Inspired by her grandmother’s jewelry collection at a young age, Natalie has been making jewelry as long as she can remember.

While studying industrial design at the Art Institute of Colorado, she sparked a passion for fine jewelry design.“Studying mass manufacturing and commercial product design served as a catalyst to establish my handmade jewelry line. I began to appreciate the functional application of artistic design, but I wanted to incorporate it into something beautiful and unique. Natural gemstones became my medium, as no two things in nature are the same.

As a universal art that we share, jewelry is a tangible medium that conveys individuality. The distinct style of NCB Jewelry originates from the belief that fashion is the most personal form of self-expression. Each NCB design is handcrafted to evoke a sensual and intuitive individual response.


Custom painting by Gallery 202 owner, Kelly Harwood

Have you ever hesitated to buy a beautiful piece of art because it would clash with your decor? Fear no more…this package allows you to work with Gallery 202 owner and resident artist Kelly Harwood. He will design a custom piece of art using any color palette of your choosing!

There is still time to purchase tickets for the Three Blind Vines event, for more information on tickets go here.

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