With auction house bidding on a huge array of office equipment, the possibilities are endless.
In an auction house that specializes in office equipment and is often in the middle of bidding wars, there are more than a few potential buyers who might want to own the equipment, according to an interview with the company’s owner.
But that’s not all.
Some people have expressed interest in purchasing some of the equipment as a gift for friends, or as a way to give to their kids, said the company�s owner, Gary Brown.
Some office equipment is also worth more than its face value, he said.
And the price can vary based on how much time and effort you have put into the project, as well as the number of people involved in the bidding process.
The company�ll be selling the machines at auction, Brown said.
The machines will go to the lowest bidder, and the winning bidder will have to pay a premium for the equipment.
The winning bidder has to be in the same geographic region as the buyer, and also have to be within the United States.
It�s also a federal license and state-licensed company.
But it�s not a state-based company, so it�ll likely have to file an application to have the machines registered with the state.
So what can people do?
Buyers are also welcome to contact the company to ask questions about what the company has and is going to do with the equipment it sells, Brown explained.
Some potential buyers have also been in contact with the seller of a lot of other office equipment for which they are looking for a refund, Brown added.
So far, the company hasn�t received any inquiries about any of the machines it�ve sold, he added.
Brown said he�s never sold a lot.
But he said he will be contacting people in the future.