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SEPTEMBER   21, 2006
     The cows have landed!
CowParade Boston 2006 was truly an important moment—or moo-ment—
for Boston, America’s Walking City, as more than 115 life-size, uniquely
created cows grazed our historic streets. These amazing, one-of-a-kind
works of art added some imagination and magic during the Summer of
2006, and their whimsical presence reflected our city’s spirit, creativity,
and history, and will be remembered by Bostonians and city visitors for
a long time to come.

The “Got Cow?” CowParade Auction to Benefit the Jimmy Fund offers
art collectors everywhere an opportunity to own a piece of this magic for
their very own while making an important impact in the lives of others.
All proceeds from the auction support the Jimmy Fund’s efforts to fuel the
lifesaving research and compassionate care that is happening everyday
at the world-renowned Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. As you raise your
paddle for cattle, know that you are also raising a hand to help cancer
patients everywhere.

Let the bidding begin!


Mike Andrews
Chairman of the Jimmy Fund
About CowParade Boston 2006
CowParade is the world’s largest public art event. From Las Vegas to Paris, CowParade
continues to evolve, not just in size, but in creativity and quality of art. While the cow
sculptures remain the same, each city’s artists are challenged by the art from past events,
inspired by the cultural influences of their respective cities, and moved by their own
interpretation of the cow as an art object.

Following in this tradition, CowParade made a big splash when it hit Boston during
the Summer of 2006. Now, as the cows, themed from the historical to the hysterical, are
prepared for auction, it is set to make an even bigger impact as all proceeds from the cows
benefit the lifesaving mission of the Jimmy Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Since its founding in 1947, Dana-Farber has been committed to providing cancer patients
with the best treatment available today while developing tomorrow’s cures through cutting-
edge research. A teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, the Institute’s mission is to
provide expert, compassionate care to children and adults with cancer while advancing the
understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure, and prevention of cancer and related diseases.

Since 1948, the Jimmy Fund has served as a principal fundraising arm of Dana-Farber,
raising million dollars to advance these efforts. An official charity of the Boston Red Sox,
the Variety Children’s Charity of New England, the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, and the
Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, the Jimmy Fund is an American favorite.

Vividly created and wildly imaginative, these one-of-a-kind works are perfect for any
collector of modern art. Their brightly decorated hides are sure to enhance any setting,

• Residences and vacation homes
• Outdoor spaces, like lawns or gardens
• Places of business, in a lobby or office space

Or, you can keep the spirit of CowParade alive year-round by contributing one of these
beautiful bovines to:
• Schools and community centers
• Parks and other public areas
• Museums and local historical societies

William J. Firestone
President, CRG Capital Recovery Group

                                  Let the bidding begin!                                       

    Flower Cow                                                                Lot #1
    A rtist : H owie G reen
    s ponsor : F idelity i nvestments

    Use this floral lady to make the other occupants of your garden jealous. The
    blossoms blooming on this cow are so vibrant and softly textured that you would
    almost think she is as dainty and light as a petal.

    Boston “Bossie” Lighthouse                                               Lot #2
    A rtist : e lAine l entz
    s ponsor : B oston m Arriott l onG w HArF

    By land or by sea, nothing says “New England” more than this picturesque scene.
    Now let the light guide you…toward bidding on this replica of historic
    Boston Light.

    Curse Reversed                                                           Lot #3
    A rtist : v eronikA l oGinovA
    s ponsor : H ood

    You can milk the Boston Red Sox’s 2004 World Series Championship victory for all
    it’s worth by taking home this cow—signed by all the current Red Sox teammates
    who played that season—to commemorate that thrilling moment in baseball history.

    Matreshkow                                                               Lot #4
    A rtist : e lenA G orodenskAyA

    Painted in the traditional Russian folk decorative style, this golden lady brings with
    her great cultural authenticity and old-world craftsmanship.

    The Mooflower                                                            Lot #5
    A rtist : J osepH k een
    s ponsor : C usHmAn And w AkeField

    The cows have landed! American history buffs will delight in this elaborately-
    designed, ornately-detailed piece of cow-lonial ingenuity.

    Touching Colors                                                          Lot #6
    A rtist : F ernAndo d e o liveirA
    s ponsor : p lexus m AnAGement G roup , A nAestHesiA A ssoCiAtes   oF   m AssACHusetts

    Touch and sight become a cow-mon sense with this unique cow. A multitude
    of colors vividly come together, each carrying its own unique physical texture.
    This truly is art guaranteed to make you feel something.

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Cow of Many Colors                                                    Lot #7
A rtist : G erri r ACHins

Now that’s a cow of a different color—in fact, many different colors. This brightly-
decorated beauty is sure to add a splash to any room in your house or office.

Make Way for Calflings                                                Lot #8
A rtist : G wendolyn H olBrow
s ponsor : C ommonweAltH F inAnCiAl n etwork

Make room for this multi-cow set, featuring a mama leading her young calves. A
new spin on of one of Boston’s most famous landmarks, “Make Way for Ducklings,”
it is sure to capture the imagination of parents and children everywhere.

Brownstone Cow                                                        Lot #9
A rtist : o neil p imentel J unior

Welcome to Boston! A sunny scene depicting a row of the city’s famous brownstones
is offered here—courtesy of your friendly, neighborhood cow.

Trojan Cow                                                            Lot #10
A rtist : k AtHryn F ield
s ponsor : w illiAm G AllAGHer A ssoCiAtes

The cow that will launch a thousand bids. This masterfully-created structure
cleverly rethinks a story as old as the ages by merging mirth with myth to
magnificent results.

Opti-Cow Illusion                                                     Lot #11
A rtist : l isA A ndreAsAn

Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you—this cow is an amazing feat of visual
artistry. Dramatic and finely-detailed, it will be an udder-ly hypnotic addition
to any setting.

                                                to Benefit the Jimmy Fund              

    Celtics Cow                                                         Lot #12
    A rtist : v eronikA l oGinovA

    Here’s a riddle: What’s green and white all over, and is autographed by the 2005-
    2006 Boston Celtics? Answer: The perfect gift for any die-hard basketball fan.

    Hands of Hope                                                       Lot #13
    A rtist : J immy F und C liniC p Atients
    s ponsor : n ew e nGlAnd H yundAi d eAlers

    CowParade Boston 2006 was a beloved event for many reasons, but the greatest
    was that it benefited Dana-Farber’s lifesaving mission. To say thanks, the brave
    young cancer patients in the Jimmy Fund Clinic decorated this cow with their
    handprints—colorful symbols of hope for a cancer-free tomorrow.

    Fanny, the Fenway Cow                                               Lot #14
    A rtist : d Awn e vAns s CAtreto
    s ponsor : B oston m Arriott C opley p lACe

    With Fanny, the Fenway Cow, you can bring home some of the greatest moments in
    Red Sox history. This faithful representation of the historic ballpark, signed by the
    entire 2006 team, is a must-have for anyone who’s ever believed.

    The Eyes of Money                                                   Lot #15
    A rtist : J eAnee r edmond
    s ponsor : F idelity i nvestments

    Take it to the bank! America’s obsession with moo-lah is cleverly captured with this
    abstract work of art. Painstakingly detailed, this cow is definitely eye-popping.

    Animal Parade                                                       Lot #16
    A rtist : r ACHel v on r oesCHlAuB
    s ponsor : B oston m Arriott C AmBridGe

    Why should the cows get all the glory? This particular bovine houses a veritable zoo
    of animals, each depicted in bright detail.

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Art Ducko                                                            Lot #17
A rtist : s AndrA m Arie d e C esAre

Classic art deco is updated with a modern twist, using colorful duct tape to create
a bold pattern. This is a must-own for any lover of contemporary art with a mixed-
media flair.

Bonnie Cow                                                           Lot #18
A rtist : r eBeCCA p. m Anos
s ponsor : p epsi C o

Seashells by the seashore sass up this ornate lady. A beautiful pattern of shells and
sea glass unfolds, capturing the spirit of those days spent at the beach looking for
hidden treasures.

Boston Beings                                                        Lot #19
A rtist : J Ane C. l owerre
s ponsor : B oston H erAld    And   C ommunity n ewspAper C ompAny

Say cheese! Boston’s best and brightest are boldly brought to life by this bovine
beauty. Become famous in your own right for capturing the cow that honors all the
figures who helped put Beantown on the map.

Bruins Cow                                                           Lot #20
A rtist : v eronikA l oGinovA

Hooves in skates? Beantown’s favorite hockey team has a new player in this intrepid
ice warrior, signed by legendary Number 4 himself, Bobby Orr.

Cali-cow                                                             Lot #21
A rtist : s ArAH J Ane C Assie

Nothing says “I love you” like a cow that wears its heart(s) on its flanks. Decked in
a vividly colorful version of the famous pattern, it would make the perfect gift for
someone special in your life.

Cape Cowdder                                                         Lot #22
A rtist : n eil C ollins
s ponsor : t He C HAsin F Amily

When you think of Cape Cod, what comes to mind? Walking along the beautiful
beaches? Boating on the Atlantic? Delicious lobster? If you answered yes to all three,
this cow’s for you.

                                                    to Benefit the Jimmy Fund            

    Cash Cow                                                             Lot #23
    A rtist : n An F reemAn

    Cha-ching! Anyone in the beef industry can tell you that there is big money in
    cattle. Get your money’s worth with this financially-focused cow.

    Chilies Con Carne                                                    Lot #24
    A rtist : C HristiAne C orCelle -l ippeveld

    Looking to spice up your world? Look no further than this picante cow to add the
    right South-of-the-Border flavor.

    COW!                                                                 Lot #25
    A rtist : J oAnne k Aliontzis
    s ponsor : B oston C ourtyArd m Arriott

    The cows go pop (art) with this Lichtenstein-esque creation. It’s a must-have for any
    die-hard cow-mic book fan.

    Cowbot                                                               Lot # 26
    A rtist : r oBert d AnCik
    s ponsor : B oston m Arriott C AmBridGe

    With the multitude of advancements in technology over the last few years, how can
    we prevent cows from becoming obsolete? Introducing Cowbot, leading the herd in
    functionality (forget milk—this one gives oil), design, and overall metallic shininess.

    Cownectivity, Rewired Herd                                           Lot #27
    A rtist : A ndres r Ave
    s ponsor : B lue m An G roup

    The incredibly popular Blue Man Group is known primarily for its wildly creative
    yet silent performances. This cow presents a visually stunning interpretation of
    these wild minds and their connection with one another.

    Cowstitution                                                         Lot #28
    A rtist : B.J. C ornerFord

    Call it “Old Iron-flanks.” One of America’s most famous and finest naval ships, the
    USS Constitution, is recreated in this sea-worthy cow. All aboard!

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Hay Market                                                                Lot #29
A rtist : e lizABetH s trAuss

This little cow went to market… A gloriously painted pastoral scene will surely offer
that rustic flair to any household, backyard, or business.

Leav’n Town                                                               Lot #30
A rtist : B eAmAn C ole

People from all over the world visit New England during the autumn months to take
in its famous foliage. Adorned with vividly painted leaves in crimson, orange, and
gold, this bountiful bovine captures the season brilliantly.

Life Is but a Dream                                                       Lot #31
A rtist : J es r AsCHellA
s ponsor : e quity r esidentiAl

This cow didn’t exactly jump over the moon—she fell asleep under it. While she
slumbers, we are treated to her dreams of a magical world where music, merriment,
and mermaids abound.

Mooneek, The Magical Moon Cow                                             Lot #32
A rtist : d onnA G reen

If cows could talk... This fairytale cow, wearing medieval armor and dreaming of her
missing knight, Sir Luca the Loving, brings hope and inspiration to young knights
facing cancer. Let her tell you her mootiful story.

Matilda                                                                   Lot #33
A rtist : n AtAsHA s AzonovA

Matilda is the hottest jazz baby ever to trot the Charleston. Brilliantly evoking the
spirit of a nightclub in the Roaring Twenties, she is the perfect pet for nostalgia lovers.

                                                   to Benefit the Jimmy Fund                  

    Moonarchs and Milkweed                                               Lot #34
    A rtist : s ArAH J Ane C Assie

    A cow as light and free as a butterfly on a beautiful spring day? As CowParade
    Boston has proved, anything can happen.

    Old Cape Cowd                                                        Lot #35
    A rtist : k AtHleen e. H All
    s ponsor : C Ape C od p otAto C Hip C o .

    Never want to leave the Cape at the end of the summer? Now you can take it home
    with you, with a nostalgic seaside scene of “Old Cape Cowd” brought vividly to life.

    Patriotic Cow                                                        Lot #36
    A rtist : n An F reemAn
    s ponsor : H Arwood p roperties

    America just got more beautiful. Let freedom ring (via a cow bell) with this red,
    white, and blue symbol of patriotism.

    Patriots Cow                                                         Lot #37
    A rtist : v eronikA l oGinovA
    s ponsor : p osternAk , B lAnkstein   And   l und llp

    No tailgate party would be complete without this ode to the New England Patriots,
    signed by the 2006 roster. It wears its team spirit on its flanks, making it the
    essential companion for fans of the three-time Super Bowl champions.

    Rhinestone Cowboy                                                    Lot #38
    A rtist : C HristinA l ynn F uriCk
    s ponsor : H ArBorside H eAltHCAre

    Let your creativity sparkle—like a rhinestone cowboy. This multi-colored, gemmed,
    and bedazzled cow puts a shiny new spin on the old West.

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Rufus the Boston Moosic Cow                                          Lot #39
A rtist : H owie G reen
s ponsor : m Arriott C ourtyArd B oston t remont H otel

Boston’s moo-sic scene is celebrated with this rockin’ original. Decorated with 39
album covers from Boston bands ranging from Aerosmith to New Edition on a
psychedelic background, it is sure to be a smash hit with bidders.

Sacred Moonument                                                     Lot #40
A rtist : J Azmin J Ain

In Indian beliefs and customs, the cow is considered a sacred figure, symbolizing the
sanctity of life and abundance of Earth. Decorated with traditional mehndi/henna,
this ethereal cow pays homage to that tradition in a non-traditional, beautiful way.

Tea Party (Ritz)                                                     Lot #41
A rtist : J Ane C. l owerre
s ponsor : r itz -C Arlton B oston

When one thinks of the right setting for a refined tea party, a barnyard doesn’t
necessarily spring to mind. However, this elegant bovine comes with a service fit for
a king—and with plenty of milk to spare.

Red Sox Legends                                                      Lot #42
A rtist : n eil C ollins
s ponsor : B Ank oF A meriCA

Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams is honored with his very own cow, detailed with
vivid scenes from the spectacular careers of the beloved Hall of Famer and other
notable legends. This is the perfect gift for any collector of unique Sox memorabilia.

The Life Bovine                                                      Lot #43
A rtist : e lenA G orodenskAyA

Beautiful skies, rolling pastures, and the dreams of a young woman come together
in an arresting landscape in “The Life Bovine”—a cow for anyone who looks out the
window and sees the richness of possibility.

Vincent’s Cow                                                        Lot #44
A rtist : s idewAlk s Am

Vincent Van Gogh was a master, but there is only so much you can do with a
traditional canvas. This re-conceptualization of the great man’s “Starry, Starry
Night” is sure to speak to both classical and modern art lovers.

                                               to Benefit the Jimmy Fund                 

     Moo Are What Moo Eat                                                   Lot #45
     A rtist : k AsiA B ytnerowiCz
     s ponsor : s pAuldinG & s lye , i nC .

     It’s no secret that cattle love to graze on the green, and this particular cow is clearly
     sticking to her vegetarian roots.

     State Cowse                                                            Lot #46
     A rtist : G iGi H orr l iverAnt

     Who says bureaucracy has to be boring? The seat of Massachusetts’ government
     moves from Beacon Hill to the barnyard. All those in favor, say “moo.”

     Cowtucket                                                              Lot #47
     A rtist : r oB m oore

     Technically, a cow is not sea-worthy, so don’t try to sail it to Nantucket. However, if
     you are looking for an homage to one of New England’s most beautiful and famous
     destinations, don’t miss the boat on this one.

     The Light Within (For Virginia Woolf) Lot #48
     A rtist : A ndreA t Hompson

     Honoring the brilliance of one of the 20th century’s most respected authors, this
     literary inspiration is adorned with pages of Woolf’s novel, “The Wave,” painted as
     an ethereal sky. Let your own creativity shine through with this cow.

     Wally the Green MOOnster                                               Lot #49
     A rtist : s AndrA m Arie d e C esAre
     s ponsor : m oyniHAn l umBer

     What happens when you cross a beloved Red Sox mascot with a cow? The answer
     is a welcome addition to any rabid Sox fan’s collection, signed by the big green guy

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                                            SILENT AUCTION

High Cowrumble Cow                                                   Lot A
A rtist : C ArlottA m iller

Take home this clever cow/bee hybrid and turn your backyard into the land of
milk—and honey!

KiMoono Maiden                                                       Lot B
A rtist : J oAnn C Alve

Call it moo-moirs of a geisha. Traditional Japanese costume and brilliant artistic
craftsmanship converge with this gorgeous lady.

Moo-light Sonata                                                     Lot C
A rtist : m ArsHA l ewis
s ponsor : r oyAl s onestA H otel B oston

Night may have fallen on this moo-n struck creature, but the garden scene she
displays remains vividly illuminated. For anyone who ever thought a cow couldn’t
be considered romantic, she is here to prove you wrong.

Mooom With a View                                                    Lot D
A rtist : B onnie d uBois
s ponsor : F our s eAsons H otel B oston

An exquisite view of Boston’s Public Garden adorns this picturesque cow. Beautifully
capturing the park’s lush green grounds and its famous swan boats, this is the perfect
bovine for any fan of all things Boston.

Sunflower Cow                                                        Lot E
A rtist : t rACy s tone

A beautiful day in a field of sunflowers is brought to life with this cow. Bright and
cheery, it will definitely add a much-welcome ray of sunshine to any garden, lawn,
or office space.

Starting on Sept. 22, you can log onto our online auction and bid on even more cows.
For more information, visit

                                                to Benefit the Jimmy Fund                
Guide for Prospective Buyers
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (“Seller”) advises bidders to read the Conditions of Sale printed in this Catalog.
By bidding at the Auction, bidders are bound by the Conditions of Sale, as amended by any oral announcements
or posted notices prior to or during the Auction, which together form the contract of sale between the successful
bidder (“Purchaser”) and the Seller.

Each cow is sold “AS IS,” per the Conditions of Sale printed on the following page of this Catalog. Bidders are
reminded that the cows have been on display, have been transported throughout the CowParade exhibition,
and, accordingly, may exhibit signs of wear.

The Auctioneer, William Firestone, President, CRG Capital Recovery Group, will not charge a commission.

Bidding at the Auction shall be by paddle. In order to bid, bidders must register prior to the Auction. Registration
shall commence promptly at 6 p.m. (EST) at the Auction. The Auction shall commence promptly at 7:30 p.m.
(EST). Issuance of each paddle is at the Seller’s sole discretion. The paddle number of the Purchaser and the
hammer price shall be announced by the Auctioneer.
Bidding generally opens at twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) and advances in the order that follows,
but the Auctioneer may vary the opening bid and the bidding increments during the course of the Auction.
The normal bidding increments are:
$0-500  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $25          $10,000 – 20,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .$1,000
$500 – 1,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $50                   $20,000 – 50,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .$2,000
$1,000 – 2,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $100                         $50,000 – 100,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .$5,000
$2,000 – 5,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $200                         $100,000 – 200,000 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $10,000
$5,000 – 10,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $500                           Over $200,000  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Auctioneer’s discretion

A person who is unable to attend the Auction may submit an absentee bid. The Seller and the Auctioneer shall
exercise all written order bids received in person or by fax by no later than 4 p.m. (EST) on September 21,
2006. Only those absentee bids of $2,500 or more will be accepted for the Auction. Absentee bid forms can be
obtained by contacting the Seller, c/o Charles Savicki at (617) 632-5420.

Purchasers are reminded that lots are sold without cement or wooden bases. Cement or wooden bases can be
purchased separately and can be delivered door-to-door (does not include installation) at an additional charge.

Payment by personal check is accepted subject to approval by the Seller. Checks should be made payable to
“The Jimmy Fund.” Payment may also be made by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. If the
check of a Purchaser is not approved by the Seller or is returned unpaid by the Purchaser’s bank, or the charge
of the purchase price of a cow is not approved by the Purchaser’s credit card company, the Purchaser shall
remain liable to the Seller for all sums the Purchaser incurred in connection with the Auction. All shipping
arrangements and payment arrangements for all cows and bases must be made by the conclusion of the
Auction on September 21, 2006.

Door-to-door delivery (not including installation) of each cow shall be made by CowParade’s official mover,
Smooth Mooves, Inc., at a flat fee per lot to an address provided by the Purchaser within the Greater Boston
area. Each base will be delivered door-to-door (does not include installation) for an additional charge. A repre-
sentative of Smooth Mooves will be present at the Auction to answer questions and provide price quotations.
Packing and handling of purchased cows and bases shall be at the risk of the Purchasers. No cow shall be
released unless the recipient has proper identification and the cow’s sales slip issued by the Seller.

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Conditions of Sale for Benefit Auction
The property offered in this sale will be offered and sold by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (the “Seller”).
Each prospective Purchaser should consult his own tax advisor for any tax issues. “Auctioneer” merely
serves the Seller as the Auctioneer in conducting the Auction and participates only on the following
terms and conditions (as amended by any posted notices or oral announcements during the sale) which
govern the sale of all the property offered at the Auction:

1. (a) The Seller assumes no risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any
property offered at this Auction (that is, the identity of the creator or the period, culture, source or origin,
as the case may be, with which the creation of any cow is identified).

   (b) All property is sold “AS IS” and the Seller makes no representations or warranties of any kind or
nature, expressed or implied, with respect to the property, and in no event shall the Seller be responsible
for the correctness of the Catalog or notices or descriptions of property, nor shall be deemed to have made,
any representations or warranty of physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, genuineness,
attribution, authenticity, provenance or historical relevance of the property. No statement in the Catalog
or any notice or description made before or during the sale, in any bill of sale, invoice or elsewhere shall
be deemed such a representation or warranty or any assumption of liability. The Seller does not make any
representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to whether the Purchaser acquires any reproduction
rights in the property. The copyright of the property and all related intellectual property of the cows are
owned by CowParade Holdings Corporation and are not included in the sale of the property. Prospective
bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it
has been repaired or restored.

2. Any property may be withdrawn by the Seller at any time before the actual sale without any liability.

3. The Seller and Auctioneer reserve the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged
by the Auctioneer shall be the Purchaser. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the Auctioneer shall have
sole and final discretion either to determine the Purchaser or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any
dispute arises after the sale, the Seller’s sale records shall be conclusive in all respects.

4. If the Auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the property
offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the property from sale, and if, having acknowledged an
opening bid, he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, he may reject the advance.

5. On the fall of the Auctioneer’s hammer, the highest bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the offered
lot subject to all of the conditions set forth herein and thereupon (a) assumes the risk and responsibility
thereof; (b) will sign a confirmation of purchase thereof and (c) will pay the full purchase price thereof or
such part as the Seller may require. All property shall be removed from the storage location of the Auction
by the Purchaser at his expense no later than three (3) business days following its sale and, if not so removed,
will be sent by the Seller at the expense of the Purchaser to a public warehouse for the account, risk and
expense of the Purchaser and such added charges will then be added to the purchase price of the object. If
the foregoing conditions and other applicable conditions are not complied with, in addition to other remedies
available to the Seller by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the Purchaser liable for the bid
price, the Seller, at its option, may either (a) cancel the sale or (b) resell the property on three (3) business
days notice to the Purchaser and for the account and risk of the Purchaser, either publicly or privately, and
in such event the Purchaser shall be liable for payment of any deficiency, all other charges due hereunder
and incidental damages.

6. All checks should be made payable to: The Jimmy Fund.

7. Lots will be offered for sale subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such
lot will not be sold. Auctioneer may implement such reserve by bidding up to the reserve on behalf of the Seller.

                                        to Benefit the Jimmy Fund                                                  
Moovers and Shakers
The Jimmy Fund and CowParade would like say a special thanks to these moovers and shakers for making CowParade Boston 2006 a success.

Back Bay Architectural Commission
Back Bay Association – Meg Mainzer-Cohen
Bethany Union for Young Women – Rachel Keyo
Boston Police – Lt. Daniel Linskey
Boston Properties – Amy Daniels, Joanna Leonard
Boston Public Library - Debbie Exner
Boston Redevelopment Authority – Jill Griffin, Jill Zick
CB Richard Ellis – Michael Murphy
Chiofaro Group – Kathy Ruggieri
City Councilman Michael Ross
City of Boston Environmental Department – William Young, Ellen Lipsey
City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department – Commissioner Pollak, John Bailey, Mary Hines
City of Boston Property Management Department – Lisa Lamberti, Chuck Morelli
City of Boston Public Works Department – Commissioner Casazza, Anne McNeil, Vinny Leo
City of Boston Transportation Department – Dick Loring
Downtown Crossing Association – Pardis Saffari, Anne Meyers
Equity Office – Daniel Dombak                                                                           COwPArAdE BOsTON 2006
Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Janine Crisostamo, Michael Kelleher                                                   JImmy FUNd TEAm
Friends of Copley Square – Francine Shron                                                                  Director – David M. Giagrando
Friends of Post Office Square – Karen Maffucci                                                      Sponsorship Manager – Donna Tyson
Hines Interest Limited Partnership – Jodi Winkler                                                  Logistics Manager – Katherine O’Leary
ING Clarion Realty Services – Emily Batchelder, Lesley Sutcliffe                               Administrative Manager – Charles Savicki
Mass. Convention Authority – Fred Peterson, Richard Feeley, James Rooney                         Public Relations Manager – Lisa McEvoy
Massachusetts State House – Tammy Kraus                                                                         Writer/Editor – Brian Geer
Mayor’s Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events – Julie Burns, Patte Papa, Sarah Hutt      Graphic Design – David Ferreira, Beth Rossi
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services – Nikko Mendoza, Denny Ching
McDermott Ventures – Carolyn Spicer, Brooke Botello                                                         COwPArAdE HOLdINGs
Muriel Snowden International School – Ben Walker                                                                        COrPOrATION

Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay – Jolinda Taylor                                        President and Founder – Jerome Elbaum
Sawyer Enterprises – John Connolly                                                                               Vice President – Ron Fox
Spaulding & Slye – Bruce Clifford                                                                      Creative Director – Marge Abrams
State Representative Martha Walz                                                                      Sponsorship Sales – Susan Peterson

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