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Don Smock Auction Co. Hosts Annual Snowball Auction

Fri December 24, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Robert Tomey (L) and Tom Henderson of Henderson Construction considers bidding bid on this JCB 214e backhoe.
Robert Tomey (L) and Tom Henderson of Henderson Construction considers bidding bid on this JCB 214e backhoe.
Robert Tomey (L) and Tom Henderson of Henderson Construction considers bidding bid on this JCB 214e backhoe. (L-R): Pete Shawber Jr., Don Smock and Cal Kaufman kept the auction running smoothly and the bidding activity hot. Nic Smock (L) chats with Reynolds Farm Equipment’s Chris O’Neal. (L-R, front)Chris Hickey and Ken Davis, along with Ernie Young (L-R, back) and Jeff Ritsard of Acorn Landscaping hope to land some bargains. Marcus Robertson (L) of Duncan Robertson Inc. is congratulated by Mark Woodward of Don Smock Auctions after his winning bid on a Link-Belt 8020 crane. Dennis Curlee of Midwest Maintenance & Excavating was pleased to have purchased this Case CX240 excavator. (L-R): Van Smith braves the cold with brothers Ray and Greg Nottingham of Nottingham Excavating to get a closer look at the equipment.

Don Smock Auction Company held their 18th Annual Snowball Auction at its facility in Pendleton, Ind., on Dec. 10. The auction drew crowds from Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois.

With the cold weather, attendees appreciated the ability to bid from the warmth of the indoor facility as equipment rolled past on the bidding platform. Up for bid was equipment from Absolute Landscaping Inc., Heavy Equipment Rental, MacAllister Machinery Company, Martin Enterprises and other area contractors and rental companies.