Mark Mitchell says the addition of the American vice president’s signature to this shirt makes it a rarity.
An All Blacks shirt signed by two of the players, as well as the American Vice President and US Ambassador to NZ is among the items to be auctioned in support of Hibiscus Coastguard.
Rodney MP Mark Mitchell donated the shirt to the annual charity auction, which is on next month in Gulf Harbour. He collected the signatures when the American vice president, Joe Biden, was welcomed to Auckland a few weeks ago.
The shirt was also signed by All Blacks Jerome Kaino and Charlie Faumuina as well as the US ambassador to NZ (and former White Sox basketball player) Mark Gilbert.
Mark hopes that the shirt will raise several thousand dollars for Hibiscus Coastguard.
The auction will also feature 10 kayaks, a signed Black Sticks training shirt and many other items provided by local businesses.
The Hibiscus Coastguard annual charity auction is on Saturday, September 10 at Gulf Harbour Country Club. All are welcome to come along for a fun night to raise funds for the Coastguard volunteers.