Buffalo Trace Distillery – O.F.C. Rare and Collectible Vintage-Dated 1983 Bourbon up for Bid to Benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha, Exclusively on Proxibid

the most trusted way to connect buyers and sellers of highly valued
items, has been selected by Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha
(RMHC in Omaha) to provide online bidding for the auction of a rare and
collectible vintage bottle of bourbon. The Buffalo Trace Distillery
O.F.C. vintage-dated 1983 bottle will be available for bidding
exclusively on Proxibid
beginning Thursday, February 16 and ending Thursday, February 23, with
all proceeds benefitting RMHC in Omaha.

Buffalo Trace Distillery distilled only 50 bottles of O.F.C. Bourbon in
1983. Aged in oak barrels and packaged in a hand-cut crystal bottle with
the year engraved, this very rare and collectible bourbon honors the
O.F.C. Distillery, a National Historic Landmark known today as Buffalo
Trace Distillery. Buffalo Trace Distillery has graciously partnered with
non-profit organizations across the country to provide these rare
bottles as fundraising opportunities. The bottle up for bid in this
is #4 of 50.

“These vintages are certainly unique and special whiskeys. We hope this
O.F.C. collection can pay tribute to the many years gone by here at the
Distillery. Each vintage has a story to tell indeed,” stated Kris
Comstock from Buffalo Trace Distillery. “To offer this first release to
charitable organizations for their fundraising efforts makes this even
more rewarding. We expect bottles to raise upwards of $10,000 each for
worthy causes.”

Bidding for this bottle of Buffalo Trace O.F.C. Bourbon is available
exclusively via Proxibid. Proxibid offers the most trusted online
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“We could not be more thrilled to receive this impressive bottle from
Buffalo Trace Distillery. It’s a very exciting opportunity to bring in
more support for the families who stay with us,” said Lindsey Rai
Reasner, Executive Director of RMHC in Omaha. “The sale of this bottle
can provide a family with nearly three months of our services—warm beds,
hot showers, a space to relax, and all the other things they’ll need to
continue to fight for their child.”

All proceeds from the sale of this bourbon will benefit RMHC in Omaha.
The mission of RMHC in Omaha is to create and operate programs that
directly improve the health and well-being of children by providing
opportunities that strengthen children and families during their most
difficult and challenging times. Ronald McDonald House Charities in
Omaha supports access to care, reduces financial burden, provides
psychosocial support keeping families together, enhances clinical
experiences and outcomes, and helps families resume normalcy when a
child is ill or hospitalized.

For more information about this auction or to place a bid, please visit Proxibid.
To learn more about how Buffalo Trace made one of the rarest bourbons on
the planet available to raise funds for charity and the history behind
the process, please visit Buffalo

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