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Posted at 3:04 p.m. on March 13, 2014
Forget breaking mere bread.
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is upping the charity auction stakes by offering fans the opportunity to pump iron, co-pilot a tank and possibly chomp some stogies, all in the name of putting more money in the hands of After-School All-Stars.
Schwarzenegger has apparently owned the ground-pounding M47 Patton tank for 20-odd years now, but only trots it out on extra special occasions.
Keeping his youth-oriented athletic program going — the non-profit organization boasts chapters across the country, including an outpost in Washington, D.C. — clearly qualifies, as Schwarzenegger is contributing his time (“you’ll live like Arnold for a day!” the contest page trumpets) and the tank adventure for only $10 (single entry).
Whoever does win the all-inclusive trip out to LA should take comfort in knowing that their time will not be wasted: Ah-nuld has been on the vanguard of crushing stuff for decades.
Meanwhile, confidence is high you’ll eat like a king The King.
Just a few weeks back, Schwarzenegger employed that very same armored ride as a cook-top to help prepare a 78,000-plus calorie bomb envisioned by the maniacs behind “Epic Meal Time.”
Entry fees for that dream package (starting at $10) are also expected to flow through to ASAS.
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