Martin &?Martin Holds Sale for Ronald Gold Overcash

Tue June 26, 2012 - Southeast Edition
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Joey Martin (C), welcomes Gary Miller (L),  Miller Land Clearing, Aiken, S.C.; and Henry Beard with Beard Grading also in Aiken, S.C.;  to the sale.
Joey Martin (C), welcomes Gary Miller (L), Miller Land Clearing, Aiken, S.C.; and Henry Beard with Beard Grading also in Aiken, S.C.; to the sale.
Joey Martin (C), welcomes Gary Miller (L),  Miller Land Clearing, Aiken, S.C.; and Henry Beard with Beard Grading also in Aiken, S.C.;  to the sale. (L-R): Taylor and Travis Overcash chat with Ross McMillan Jr.about the family’s plans to invest the proceeds from the sale back into the business. Tommy McKinney (L), T. Mack Inc., Union, S.C.;  and Alva Goodwin, MGS Inc., Easley, S.C., inspected the Liebherr material handler  equipped with a grapple and planned to bid on it. Jeff Murray, Murray’s Grading & Paving,  Claremont, N.C., brought his two sons, Christyan and Chase, to the sale. Allan (L), and Rick Watson, both of Global Truck & Machine, Mt. Airy, N.C., were interested in the Mack Trucks for their customers in Africa. James Jones, Peoples United Equipment Finance, Concord, N.C., came to the sale to check values on the dump trucks and a few other pieces. Jim and McKenzie Rucker, Cleveland Contractors, Shelby, N.C., were interested in the Mack dump trucks and a few other pieces.

Martin & Martin held a successful excess equipment auction for the estate of Ronald Gold Overcash. The Overcash families’ other companies will continue operating, using the proceeds from this sale to invest into these other business interests controlled by the family.

The sale included more than 125 machines including 27 Mack dump trucks, 25 flat beds, four backhoes and other pieces of equipment.