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Frey & Sons Auctioneers Holds Absolute Auction in Ohio

Wed July 11, 2018 - Midwest Edition #14
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The auction included a large selection of rollers.
The auction included a large selection of rollers.
The auction included a large selection of rollers. The Shelly Company’s Jeff Freeman (L) speaks with Frey & Sons’ Kevin Frey at the auction.
Frey & Sons Auctioneers’ Robert Frey calls out the bids. (L-R): Mark Francis of Starr Parts & Equipment joined Kevin Farson of Complete Clearing Inc.; Columbus Equipment Company President Josh Stivison; and Butch McCaleb of Starr Parts & Equipment to take in the auction activities.
Dick Helminiak of Dick Helminiak and Sons Excavating came in from Toledo in search of equipment bargains.
Mark Pent of the Calvin Group came in from Colorado to what was once his home town to look for paving equipment. 
Emil Fabrizi (L) and Pete Falvo, both of Fabrizi Trucking & Paving, were in from Cleveland to take in the auction.
Craig Fons of GBM Companies, based in Brighton, Mich., hoped to take back some equipment from the sale.

Frey & Sons Auctioneers conducted an absolute auction for the Shelly Company and other area contractors in Columbus, Ohio, on June 15. The auction included a large selection of asphalt paving equipment and other machines, along with a large variety of trucks. The auction attracted a large crowd of local and out of state buyers as well as active online bidders.

Established in 1963 and based in Archbold, Ohio, Frey & Sons is a family owned business with three generations of involvement in the company. The company provides real estate brokerage services, equipment appraisal services and conducts on site and online equipment auctions throughout the year.

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