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Alex Lyon & Son Conducts Series of Auctions in Ohio

Wed January 24, 2018 - Midwest Edition #2
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Jack Lyon, owner of Alex Lyon & Son, calls out the bids.
Jack Lyon, owner of Alex Lyon & Son, calls out the bids.
Jack Lyon, owner of Alex Lyon & Son, calls out the bids. Dave Weaver of Weaver Mulch, Coatesville, Pa., tries out a John Deere 544K wheel loader.
Kenny (L) and Kevin Urig, both of K.M.U. Trucking and Excavating, take a closer look at this Volvo EC160E excavator.
Josh Rennicker of Whipstock Natural Gas checks out a Cat mini-excavator at the auction.
Mike Smitley, owner of  Ohio Valley Towing, where the sale took place, kept an eye on the auction activities. 
Greg Williams of G.E. Williams Inc. hopes to take home a dump truck for hauling stone and gravel.

Undeterred by Ohio's often unpredictable weather, Alex Lyon & Son conducted a series of three auctions in the state beginning with an auction in Dayton, Ohio, on Jan. 11th. The auction company moved on for a sale in New Philadelphia, on the 12th before wrapping up with an auction in Columbus, Ohio on the 13th.

Along with a wide selection of trucks and construction equipment, attendees at the sale in New Philadelphia, Ohio on Jan. 12th also were treated to a variety of weather conditions ranging from unseasonably warm and rainy to frigid temperatures and snow. The auction drew a sizable crowd of onsite bidders while also attracting strong online bidding activity. Despite the cold temperatures, Jack Lyon, serving as MC and primary auctioneer, kept the bidding moving along at a heated pace.

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