Donor: Mason Crosby

TAG Heuer 'Aquaracer' Professional 300 Titanium Wristwatch

Mason Crosby
Mason Crosby

When the new TAG Heuer 'Aquaracer' titanium dive watch was released in the summer of 2021, it was reported the 43 mm case was pressure-proof and ready to perform in any condition. That perfectly describes this watch's former owner, pro football place kicker of the Green Bay Packers, Mason Crosby.

Mason Crosby is not only the greatest kicker in Green Bay Packers history, but it has been said that Mason is the perfect Packer on and off the field, a clutch performer and a person of great character. A gift from Mason's wife Molly, the engraved titanium bracelet commemorates when Crosby became the all-time leading scorer in Green Bay Packers history on September 20, 2015, against the Seattle Seahawks, reaching 1,057 points at the time—a milestone in Mason's career.

The classic green sunray-brushed dial is highlighted with a golden-yellow diamond accent at the 12 o’clock mark and powered by the automatic Calibre 5 movement. It proudly displays Packers pride colors. Complete with box and papers, this beautiful and practical Tag Heuer watch is model WBP208B.BF0631.

The Brian LaViolette Foundation was formed by the LaViolette family to honor the memory of their son, Brian, who passed away in a swimming accident in Green Bay, Wisconsin when he was just fifteen years old in 1992. Brian was not only an excellent student, athlete, and musician, but he loved watches, starting his own collection when he was four years of age.

Since 1992, the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation has presented 1,058 scholarships to deserving college-bound students in Northeastern Wisconsin, the United States, and other parts of the world. The Foundation continues Brian's legacy by helping high school seniors financially to achieve their educational dreams and, at the same time, providing them with encouragement and inspiration. 


Donate directly, no paddle number needed:
DONATE

Learn more about the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation