Luxury consignment service eDrop-Off has teamed up with some of Country Music’s biggest stars to auction off a one-of-a-kind collection of items donated by the stars.

Stars include Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts and Jason Aldean with proceeds donated to the American Red Cross 2013 Oklahoma Spring Storms fund.

The items will be auctioned off on from August 9th – 18th with prices starting at $18.99.

“Country Music has such a loving and supportive community and I am honored to be part of this amazing project and donate eDrop-Off’s services to raise money to help rebuild Oklahoma.” Corri McFadden, Owner and Founder of eDrop-Off.

Some of the most memorable items include:
• Carrie Underwood’s Georges Chakra 2-piece, mint green outfit from the 2013 CMT Awards where she won Video of the Year
• Blake Shelton’s custom made Chrome jacket and Sand Shirt worn during The Voice, Season 4 Blind Auditions
• Miranda Lambert’s coveted Jovani black chain dress worn during her 2013 ACM performance of “Mama’s Broken Heart” and acceptance of her award for Female Vocalist of Year.
• Brad Paisley’s Sand Jacquard jacket worn on the 2010 CMA Awards where he won Entertainer of the Year.

eDrop-Off is a Chicago based company founded by Corri McFadden. The service specializes in reselling authentic designer clothing, handbags, shoes, jewelry, and accessories with free nationwide pick-up. Since 2004, eDrop-Off has recycled nearly 300,000 lbs. of clothing for over 3,000 consignors across the country. Through an extensive knowledge of the luxury marketplace and impeccable customer service, eDrop-Off has earned ebay’s power seller status, posting approximately 2,500 items each week and completing over 350,000 successful transactions to date.

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