Stan Lee Does More Than Cameo When Raising Money For Hurricane Irma Victims

This coming weekend, 94-year-old Stan Lee is having yet another final East Coast appearance for the MegaCon Tampa Bay convention in Tampa. He will be auctioning off a one-off meal with his good self, as well as artwork from his personal collection. He is quoted as saying:

"I feel there's something everybody has to do to help the victims of the weather, of the hurricane. And if I can do my part by auctioning some stuff off, I'm more than happy to do it."

The show will also be donating $5 each from 2,000 tickets sold online to Feeding Florida, a statewide network of food banks providing storm victims with food and emergency supplies, totalling $20,000 on top.

The show runs from  September 29th to October 1st at the Tampa Convention Center.

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