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October 15, 2004
Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public Auction Hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, October 23
  
It's "Sold to the highest bidder!" at the City of Toronto Public Auction on
Saturday, October 23, at the Queen Elizabeth Exhibit Hall, Exhibition Place.

Bidding starts at 9:30 a.m., however interested buyers can have a preview of
the articles up for grabs beginning at 8 a.m. Vehicles go on sale at 10:30 a.m.

Big-ticket items and motorized equipment can be held with a deposit of $300
payable by cash, debit card, certified cheque, Master Card or Visa (2 per cent
premium will be added to all purchases over $1000 if paying by credit card)
with the balance payable prior to pick-up. Purchases can be picked up after the
auction on Saturday, October 23, Sunday, October 24, or Monday, October 25,
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. All purchases must be picked up by 5 p.m. on Monday,
October 25.

This giant, semi-annual auction offers the public a great opportunity to pick
up some real bargains. Items to go on the block include office equipment, cars,
trucks, lawn equipment and bicycles.

Organized by the City of Toronto Finance, Purchasing and Materials Management
Division, the auction earns money for the municipal government and finds new
homes for hundreds of goods no longer needed by the City of Toronto.

For more information, call McKenzie's Associated Auctioneers at 1-800-265-1906
or check the Auction Web site at http://www.mckenzieauction.com.

Editors' Note: Advance access for media is Thursday, October 21, 10 - 11 a. m.
at the Queen Elizabeth Exhibit Hall, Exhibition Place.

Media contact:
Cindy Bromley
Finance Communications Manager
416-392-4993



 

 

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