IRAY Auction Celebrates 15th Anniversary With Minn. Sale

For its 15th anniversary IRAY served registered bidders a complimentary meal consisting of a brat or burger, chips and a drink.

Wed July 08, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Taggart Construction Owner Troy Taggart (L),  McGrath, Minn., bought this Cat 248B skid steer while Brian Roth of Rocon Paving, Newfolden, Minn., provided moral support.
Taggart Construction Owner Troy Taggart (L), McGrath, Minn., bought this Cat 248B skid steer while Brian Roth of Rocon Paving, Newfolden, Minn., provided moral support.
Taggart Construction Owner Troy Taggart (L),  McGrath, Minn., bought this Cat 248B skid steer while Brian Roth of Rocon Paving, Newfolden, Minn., provided moral support. Whitcomb Brothers Grain Systems in Atwater, Minn., had brothers Greg (L) and Shane Whitcomb looking for equipment like this Komatsu PL220 for their expanding business. IRAY Auctions legendary colonel Ray Henry takes bids. Donny Henry (R) and Zach Hogrefe start the bidding process in Ring 1. Buyers make their way toward the excavators. The IRAY mobile auction van is ready for the auction. Donny Henry coaxes bids out of buyers.

IRAY Auction held a Heavy Equipment, Truck, & Trailer auction on June 12 at its Foley, Minn., location. The auction brought great prices, making sellers and buyers both happy with the results. It was a beautiful sunny day as IRAY Auction hosted bidders onsite and online from around the world, ready to bid on vehicles, trucks, semi tractors, dozers, excavators, boats, attachments and other heavy equipment. It was one of the biggest auctions IRAY has had in years, and it is expecting the same from its next upcoming sale.

For its 15th anniversary IRAY served registered bidders a complimentary meal consisting of a brat or burger, chips and a drink to show appreciation to its customers for 15 long years of business. The customer appreciation meals will continue at its onsite auctions throughout the rest of the year.

IRAY’s next auction will be on Sept. 11. For more information, visit www.iraymn.com.




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