Alex Lyon & Son Hosts Auctions, Customer Picnic

Tue July 29, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Hundreds of pieces of NASCAR memorabilia, nearly all autographed and/or limited edition, were offered up in an auction in conjunction with Jack’s annual picnic.
Hundreds of pieces of NASCAR memorabilia, nearly all autographed and/or limited edition, were offered up in an auction in conjunction with Jack’s annual picnic.
Hundreds of pieces of NASCAR memorabilia, nearly all autographed and/or limited edition, were offered up in an auction in conjunction with Jack’s annual picnic. Keith Hetrick (L), president of Niagara Frontier Equipment Sales, catches up with his fellow New Holland dealer from the opposite end of the state, John Apple, president of Westchester Tractor. Hundreds of regular bidders and consignors from all across the country gathered together to enjoy the barbecue. Skippy’s Soft Serve was a big hit with the guests. Dan Stoughton, president of Mountaintop Trucking, gets acquainted with his new CEG sales rep, Amanda Merritt. Jack gets ready to start the sale by reviewing the terms and conditions. Is it possible that this was the first time Jack sold two cars simultaneously that could fit in the palm of your hand?


It was a very busy weekend for Jack Lyon and the staff at Alex Lyon & Son. Multiple auctions and a customer appreciation party, all crammed into a single weekend.

July 18 featured a contractor inventory reduction auction. The liquidation of a complete collection of NASCAR memorabilia was held in conjunction with Jack’s annual customer appreciation picnic, which was held on the family farm in Bridgeport, N.Y.

On July 19, it was Alex Lyon’s annual classic summer sale held in Canastota, N.Y.; July 20 was an antique Mack and Brockway truck sale, held in Syracuse, N.Y.