SURE TO FETCH A PRICE: Brendan Ryan from Ryanie for Tyres with the Brisbane Broncos and Andrew Johns jerseys to be auctioned tomorrow night.
SURE TO FETCH A PRICE: Brendan Ryan from Ryanie for Tyres with the Brisbane Broncos and Andrew Johns jerseys to be auctioned tomorrow night. Michael Cormack

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SPORTING memorabilia signed by high-profile stars such as Andrew Johns, Michael Hussey, Dick Johnson, Roger Federer and Brisbane Broncos players will be among the items up for auction at the charity dinner and memorabilia auction tomorrow night as part of the annual Ryanie for Tyres Show 'N' Shine.

Brendan Ryan from Ryanie for Tyres said the night was shaping up well.

"Tickets for the dinner are sold out," Mr Ryan said.

"We've got about 130 people coming and we'll have the Ford brothers and Marco Gliori for entertainment.

"It's going to be a good night, there will be plenty of entertainment and obviously it's all for a good cause."

Mr Ryan said there would be plenty of items to be auctioned.

"We have about 20 items all up to auction off, with about seven of them being mystery boxes.

"We'll give away clues up on stage, but people won't know exactly what is inside.

"There will be holidays, etc. but I don't want to give it away."

Money from the 10th annual Ryanie for Tyres Show 'N' Shine will once again go to Blue Care and the Warwick Dementia Group, with more than $100,000 raised from past events.

Activities at the show will begin at 9am with jumping castles, static displays by drag racers, aero club members and stalls put up by local businesses.

Mr Ryan said he had received nominations of vehicles, bikes and boats from as far as Inglewood, Tenterfield, Toowoomba and Lismore for the event.



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