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You and 3 Guests Will Attend the Taping of CBS's Sunday Morning Then Have Brunch with Anchor Charles Osgood in New York

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You and 3 guests will attend a broadcast of CBS-TV’s show Sunday Morning with legendary anchor Charles Osgood in New York. Following the broadcast, you and your guests will enjoy brunch with Charles.

Charles Osgood, often referred to as CBS News' poet-in-residence, has been anchor of Sunday Morning since 1994. He also anchors and writes The Osgood File, his daily news commentary broadcast on the CBS Radio Network.
Donated by: Charles Osgood

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Cannot be transferred, resold or re-auctioned. Must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable Sunday morning. Valid for 1 year from the close of the auction. Travel and accommodation not included.
Lot #285211


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You and 3 Guests Will Attend the Taping of CBS's Sunday Morning Then Have Brunch with Anchor Charles Osgood in New York

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