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Jonny Ramirez to auction KXTN items for charity

By Tejano Nation Staff @TejanoNation

By Tejano Nation Staff
@TejanoNation

Former KXTN morning host to auction off station items to benefit Children's Hospital of San Antonio. (Facebook photo)

Former KXTN morning host Jonny Ramirez to auction off station items to benefit Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. (Facebook photo)

Jonny Ramirez will auction KXTN items he’s accumulated over the years for a great cause.  The longtime KXTN personality, who was recently let go from the Tejano station after 22 years of service, posted the items on his Facebook page on Thursday.

“Well it seems that I have a few items that I no longer have any use for, so I have decided to auction them via FB and ALL the proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hospital Of San Antonio,” Ramirez said in the post.

The items listed include a “lightly used” KXTN XL Jacket with a starting bid of $150.00. A Selena back drop that will start at $400.00. A KXTN (new logo) back drop with a starting bid of $250.00. The auction will end on Monday, November 9 at 5:00 p.m.

“If you would like to bid on any of these items, please inbox me with your bid as well as name, and phone number. If and when you get out bid, I will inbox you to let you know. Again ALL proceeds will benefit Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. Thank you!”

You can head over to the El Jonny Ramirez Facebook page to get your bids in now.

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1 Comment on Jonny Ramirez to auction KXTN items for charity

  1. Sell. Out’$ Kxtn. Come home. Soon El jhonny Ramirez 22 yrs for wat!!! Nombre Shut Up!!!

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