Deer Tick Auction Off School Bus For Flood Victims

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Indie act Deer Tick are auctioning off their tourbus in an effort to raise funds for flood relief in Pakistan.
Fans have the chance to buy the vehicle, which ferried the band around North America last year (09).
All funds from the sale will benefit Oxfam America.
Deer Tick frontman John MCCauley says, "The situation over there is so critical, but it seems that very few people are aware of it.
"We feel really strongly that people should be more aware of the situation and hopefully we can help with that."
The auction has already started but fans are being offered the chance to shut it down and claim the classic school bus for $2,000 (£1,300).


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