Bridesmaid Dresses UK to sell surplus stuff As

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9 municipalities set Bridesmaid Dresses UK to sell surplus stuff As berks county put it in an announcement about its first major live auction of surplus whatnot: "Boats to bookcases, there is something for everyone. " Among the items sure to draw attention at the friday, april 5, event are a puppetshow trailer and wooden sleighs and sleds more than 100 years old. For the heavyequipment lovers, there are a grader, a dump truck with a plow and just 19, 000 miles on it, an assortment of tractors slightly used or overused, and accessories to go with them. Buyers could furnish a small office building or nursing home with items from the sale, as long as they're willing to do some cleaning and refurbishing. Those boats referred to in the announcement are operated by pedal power or oars. Also headed for the auction block are unmarked police vehicles, lockers, blackboards, tires, air conditioners, basketball backstops and some things of undeterminable purpose. County purchasing director kelly a.Laubach said she started looking into holding the live auction instead of the county's usual online surplus sale when she realized county workers had removed a lot of furniture and archives shelving before demolition began on the old berks heim nursing home across from the fairgrounds in bern township. She invited municipalities in the berks county cooperative purchasing council to sell items they no longer needed.Lyons, shillington, wyomissing and brecknock, earl, maidencreek, pike, robeson and tilden townships responded. Dick henry, the spring township auctioneer hired to do the sale, said he's done similar sales in lancaster county and one organized by lower heidelberg township for five berks townships. Municipal officials told him that when they tried to sell their surplus items themselves they wouldn't get bids on some items, or some people would bid but not show up to pay for and pick up the items. No such problems occurred when he did the sale for the townships because buyers had to provide their driver's licenses or other identification and pay immediately for what they bought. Bringing all the surplus items for sale together in one place made Dresses: sense because the sale will draw more people and higher prices, said carl e.Geffken, county chief operating officer. "We're providing a service for the municipalities, and hopefully getting them better prices than if they tried to do it alone,"He said. "We have a potentially better sale. "It's all worked out very well. sell at a discount " Henry expects attendance at the auction to be high because his phone has been ringing off the hook since he began advertising it. "It's a great idea,"He said. "I am totally, totally surprised by the excess stuff that showed up.We're getting a tremendous response from the public.Collectors will like stuff like this. "We will have a food concession and restrooms.This will be as comfortable as can be for a spring auction. ".

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