Letterman and Colbert Unite to Save the Superman House

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David Letterman and Stephen Colbert donated tickets in a rare opportunity to visit their show. Proceeds from this celebrity charity auction being hosted by http://www.ordinarypeoplechangetheworld.com will go to restore the house where Superman was created.

Today is the start of the third week of the celebrity charity auction to save the house where Superman was created. The auction, which runs from September 2 - September 30, 2008, will benefit The Siegel & Shuster Society, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to commemorating the creation of Superman by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster in Cleveland, Ohio.

OrdinaryPeopleChangetheWorld.com, a philanthropic website created by #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer, is hosting this auction to raise money to help repair and restore the house where Jerry Siegel first created Superman.

"I hope people get really stupid with their money and bid like silly for this great cause." says Meltzer. "And special thanks to Joe Quesada for making these two items happen."

David Letterman, Stephen Colbert and Jeph Loeb are just some of the A-list celebrities who have donated items to help with this charity auction. This is your opportunity to bid on one-of-kind items and Superman collectibles, donated by famous authors and artists, with all proceeds going to the Siegel & Shuster Society. The lineup for week three includes: David Letterman, Stephen Colbert, Tim Sale, Geoff Darrow, Ron Garney, Joe Quesada, Frank Cho, Eric Powell, Richard Donner, Amanda Conner, Rags Morales, Alex Ross, J.H. Williams, Paul Dini, Matt Wagner, Felipe Masafera, David Lloyd, John Buscema and Tom Batiuk.

Be sure to check out next week's lineup, where you can bid on the chance to appear on TV's Heroes or win an extremely rare, signed t-shirt by Jerry Siegel, among other priceless Superman memorabilia.

Log onto OrdinaryPeopleChangeTheWorld.com and help with this great cause. Fans can donate money, buy a Siegel & Shuster Society t-shirt designed by legendary graphic designer, Chip Kidd, or bid on original pieces of comic book art, while helping to preserve an American landmark.

To view a complete list of the auction items, go to: http://www.ordinarypeoplechangetheworld.com/page/siegel-and-shuster-society-auction.aspx

About OrdinaryPeopleChangetheWorld.com:
OrdinaryPeopleChangetheWorld.com is a new site dedicated to strengthen and inspire ordinary people to take action and help make a difference in the world. The site will feature stories of people who are making a difference, and highlight different causes that are changing the world. Visitors can watch videos, participate in community forums and share stories about what inspires them or what good deeds they are doing to change the world. All proceeds from the site will be donated to charity.    

About The Siegel and Shuster Society
The Siegel & Shuster Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to commemorating and celebrating the creation of Superman in Cleveland, Ohio, by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The Society will, in a manner consistent with the rights of DC Comics, create events and activities which celebrate Cleveland as the "Birthplace of Superman" and the importance of Superman to our community today and in the future. The Society will also work with other organizations that are celebrating Superman in a manner consistent with the goals of the Society. For the purpose of this charity auction, The Siegel & Shuster Society fund is set up through the Cleveland Foundation.

Media Contact Info:
Michelle Carroll
OrdinaryPeopleChangetheWorld.com
ordinarypeoplechangetheworld @ gmail.com
ph: 954-632-3905

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