Singapore Man Pays $2.2 Million For Lunch With Warren Buffet To Benefit Glide

A Singapore man who bid more than $2 million for a lunch with investor Warren Buffett is the winner of an annual charity auction, officials with a San Francisco nonprofit said today.

The $2.2 million bid by Andy Chua will go to support San Francisco’s Glide, a social service organization supporting needy residents.

Buffett has offered the power lunch to support Glide’s programs for the past 15 years, and has helped raise nearly $16 million.

Winning bids have ranged from $25,000 to $3.5 million.

The winning bidder can invite seven friends to join Buffett for lunch at New York City steakhouse Smith & Wollensky.

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  • http://ImpeachImposterBarry.com/ JusticeJuice

    I’d donate to Glide, but only when they drop the political hype. It pays to stay neutral – so stop inviting ambitious politicians into your midst.