If you’ve ever wished you could grab lunch with Apple’s Tim Cook, now is your chance. Cook is auctioning off a lunch date at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. All proceeds from the action will go to the RFK Center for Justice & Human Rights.
And yes, you might be experiencing deja-vu. Cook did a similar auction last year, and the top bidder paid $610,000 to have coffee with the CEO.
The winner of this second auction will be able to take another person to meet with Cook at Apple HQ on a “mutually agreed upon date.” Those worried about completely breaking the bank can rest easy because the cost of lunch is provided.
The RFK Center’s goal is to “achieve Robert Kennedy’s vision of a just and peaceful world by partnering with human rights leaders, teaching social justice and advancing corporate responsibility.”
Bidding closes on May 13th, and there will be no fake bidders—credit card authentication is required.