StockX, the world’s first online “stock market of things” for high-demand consumer products, today announced that it has partnered with hip-hop icon and Detroit native Eminem to launch a hurricane relief campaign to aid victims of recent events in Texas and Florida.

Starting on Tuesday, September 19, everyone will be able to make $10 donation(s) at Stockx.com/Hurricane-Relief, the first $250,000 of which will be matched by The Marshall Mathers Foundation. For each donation made, eligible donors will be entered for the chance to win a pair of rare or expensive sneakers donated by celebrities, including – besides Eminem himself – Pharrell Williams, LeBron James, Mark Wahlberg, Snoop Dogg, Virgil Abloh, DJ Skee, Steve Aoki, 2 Chainz, Don C, Jon Buscemi, Karlie Kloss, Gary Vaynerchuk, Stadium Goods, Emily Oberg, Russell Wilson, and Stephen Curry.

“As we watched the tragic events unfold in Florida and Texas, we wanted to leverage our position as a leading marketplace for luxury consumer goods, to turn luxury items into true necessities,” said Josh Luber, CEO and Co-Founder of StockX. “We’re also fortunate to have some famous friends – friends who immediately and unequivocally stepped up to help – and capped by Eminem’s generous decision to match, we are poised to raise a significant amount of money for hurricane relief.”

All proceeds raised from donations will directly benefit the Greater Houston Community Foundation Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund (GHCF) and Team Rubicon in support of hurricane response efforts.

How it Works

• The StockX-Eminem Hurricane Relief Campaign runs from 12:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 through 11:59 p.m. PDT on Monday, September 25, 2017
• To donate to this crucial cause, click here
• Make one or more $10 donation(s) on any combination of the 17 pairs of listed rare, unique sneakers
• There will be a total of 17 winners, one for every listed sneaker
• 100% of proceeds raised from donations will be equally split between GHCF and Team Rubicon
• Eminem’s Marshall Mathers Foundation will match the first $250,000 in donations
• Anyone can donate, but only residents of the United States who are 18 years or older are eligible to win a pair of sneakers
• See the full rules, including how to enter without making a donation, and eligibility requirements here

Sneakers Include

1 Eminem donated: Air Jordan 4 Eminem x Carhartt, box signed
2 Pharrell donated: Adidas Pharrell HU NMD Pink (Friends & Family)
3 LeBron James donated: LeBron 9 “Watch The Throne”
4 Mark Wahlberg donated: Jordan Formula 23 “Wahlburgers PE,” box signed
5 Karlie Kloss donated: Adidas Futurecraft 4D, 073/300
6 Virgil Abloh donated: Nike Blazer Mid x Off-White, The Ten
7 Snoop Dogg donated: Adidas Originals Superstar “Bush” with box (Friends & Family)
8 2 Chainz donated: Ewing Athletics 33 Hi “2 Chainz,” unreleased PE colorway, signed
9 Russell Wilson donated: Nike Alpha Menace cleats, signed
10 Steph Curry donated: Under Armour Curry 3 Low “Obamas,” with display case
11 Steve Aoki donated: Two pairs of Adidas worn during his 2016 Summer Tour, signed
12 Don C donated: Air Jordan 2 Just Don “Beach” set, with hat and pin, box signed
13 Jon Buscemi donated: Air Jordan 10 Yellow Deerskin sample
14 Gary Vaynerchuk donated: K-Swiss Classic 88 Horween Leather, signed
15 Emily Oberg donated: Adidas NMD “Pitch Black” Friends & Family
16 Stadium Goods donated: Air Jordan “Do The Right Thing” pack, signed by Spike Lee
17 DJ Skee donated: Nike Air Max 90 Vikings Edition, signed by Stefon Diggs, Harrison Smith, Brian Robinson, Jeremiah Sirles, Jarius Wright, Jerrick Mckinnon and Kyle Rudolph of the Minnesota Vikings

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