The First-Ever Hokie Way Auction Is Live

Hokie Way Auction

The first-ever Hokie Way Auction is live, now through April 15, allowing Hokie fans from around the world to bid on exclusive items and experiences, all going to support the NIL interests of Virginia Tech student-athletes.

The auction will run from noon on Monday, April 1 until noon on Monday, April 15. See the auction site here.

Exclusive items up for bid include but are not limited to:  autographed football helmets, exclusive golf experiences, access to vacation homes in Florida and Wyoming, an autographed WBB Final Four courtside chair, a film breakdown with former defensive coordinator Bud Foster and more.

Here’s a sampling of what’s up for bid (click to view larger):

Hokie Way Auction
These are some of the pricier items up for bid, but note that as of this writing, there are items as cheap as $25 to bid on.

“Hokie fans are going to want to put down competitive bids on these items,” said Matthew Sams, Executive Director of The Hokie Way. “These are things Tech fans would love to have in their home or to experience with their families, and all of it benefits a great cause to help our dedicated efforts to uphold the best NIL ecosystem in the country for our student-athletes.”

About The Hokie Way

The Hokie Way is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was created in order to allow Virginia Tech student-athletes to leverage their name, image and likeness to amplify the missions of charitable organizations. Want to learn more about The Hokie Way? Check out the organization’s website at