Lower Merion School District has announced that Harriton High School will host a "moving sale" by Tammy and Andy Reid. All proceeds from the sale will go to the Harriton football program and Laurel House.
All five of the Reid children attended Harriton high School.
Among the items available will be Eagles-themed gear, autographed merchandise, women's clothes, Christmas decorations and luggage. Tammy's "Everything Bling" line of jewelry will also be on sale.
"We've always loved this school, " said Tammy Reid. "All of you boys played football here and we wanted to do something to give back, The money collected for Harriton football will be donated in our son Garrett's name."
LeSean MCoy and other players will be on hand to sign autographs of items purchased for $25.00.
Here are the details:
Saturday, May 11 from 9am - 12pm in Harriton's main gym.
All items are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cash is preferred. Credit Cards accepted. All sales are final .
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