Alex Lyon & Son Conducts Successful Sale in York, S.C.

The sale attracted about 575 registered bidders from 35 states and four countries.

📅   Tue September 15, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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James Jones of People’s United Equipment Finance helped several bidders with their financing needs.
James Jones of People’s United Equipment Finance helped several bidders with their financing needs.
James Jones of People’s United Equipment Finance helped several bidders with their financing needs. Lee Mashburn (L) and Thomas Wilson, both of Mashburn Equipment in Ringgold, Ga., attend the sale. Rusty Hill (L) of All Points Trucking in York, S.C., was the high bidder on several items including this Cat 268B track loader.  His friend, James Jones of People’s United Equipment Finance, provided additional insight. Bryan Thomasson (L) of Thomasson Development in Rock Hill, S.C., and Ryan Whisenant of Aqua Clear Pools in Rock Hill plan to bid on the attachments and skid steer loaders. Randy and Tonya Bailey, both of Bailey’s Recycling & Well Drilling in Pelzer, S.C., shop for excavators, screens and stackers on tracks. (L-R): Ben Wheatley and Red Mitchell, both of Mitchell Brothers in Beaufort, S.C., and Don Beyerl, DRB Construction in Allison Park, Pa., are interested in the screens and stackers on tracks. The staff of Alex Lyon & Son discusses a few things before the sale. (L-R) are May Ashley, Jack Lyon, Mary Pike and Chad Ketelson. In the sale truck conducting the auction (L-R) are Steven Culpepper, NextLot; Jack Lyon and Chad Ketelson.

Alex Lyon & Son held another successful auction in York, S.C., on Sept. 2. The sale included a wide selection of late model and new excavators, aggregate equipment, wheel loaders, backhoes and dozers. The sale attracted about 575 registered bidders from 35 states and four countries. Bidders participated online and onsite.