Ex-Apple employee auctions his first Apple store’s business card

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

An ex-Apple employee auctioned his business card from Sam Sung’s first Apple Store.
Sung, who worked for Apple between 2010 and 2013, became well-known online in 2012 because a client thought his name amusing and posted a photo of his business card online. He was employed at the Apple Pacific Centre in Vancouver at the time.

In 2014, Sung put the card up for auction and raised more than $2,500 for The Children’s Wish Foundation in British Columbia. And with the Yukon, a charity that aids kids with life-threatening illnesses. In order to create Make-A-Wish Canada, the organization combined with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Sam Sung decided to hold another auction for the card

Sung, a resident of Vancouver, is a Glasgow native. It wasn’t until recently that a family member discovered the business card from the Buchanan Street shop and sent it to him that he discovered it still existed. He’s made the decision to hold another auction for it. The Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver will receive the proceeds this time because it offers.

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A safe, non-judgmental environment for self-identifying women from all walks of life. Who reside or work in the Downtown Eastside.
The business card, a T-shirt from Apple, and his previous lanyard are all framed by Sung.

“My first job’s business card was unearthed by a family member. Because of the unanticipated success I experienced a few years ago, I decided to try my luck once more and raise money and publicity for a worthwhile cause, Sung stated in a release to NextShark. I’m hoping this card finds its way to another Apple fan who wants to support a worthy cause.

Since then, Sung has changed his last name to “Struan,” citing business needs. He now works in the employment sector, advising job seekers on resume writing and teaching salary negotiations. As of the time of publication, the highest price was 485 Canadian dollars, or roughly $376.

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