Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. Kicks Off Its 2016 Season

A crowd of registered bidders had the opportunity to purchase heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, farm equipment and miscellaneous items from more than 130 consignors.

Tue March 29, 2016 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Billy Reese, independent contractor based in Lebanon, Tenn.; Paul Rawdon, R & B Enterprises, Hohenwald, Tenn.; War Reese of Hohenwald, Tenn.; and Dustin Rawdon, also of R & B Enterprises, shop the selection of the dozers at the sale.
(L-R): Billy Reese, independent contractor based in Lebanon, Tenn.; Paul Rawdon, R & B Enterprises, Hohenwald, Tenn.; War Reese of Hohenwald, Tenn.; and Dustin Rawdon, also of R & B Enterprises, shop the selection of the dozers at the sale.
(L-R): Billy Reese, independent contractor based in Lebanon, Tenn.; Paul Rawdon, R & B Enterprises, Hohenwald, Tenn.; War Reese of Hohenwald, Tenn.; and Dustin Rawdon, also of R & B Enterprises, shop the selection of the dozers at the sale. Seth Rittenberry (L) and Monty Johnson, both of Monty Johnson Construction, Cookeville, Tenn., like the controls of this Cat 320B. Mitch Elder (L) of Elder Construction, Byrdstown, Tenn., and Jim Patton, Jim Patton Construction, Albany, Ky., discuss the features of this John Deere 450LC. Ritchason Auctioneers truck specialist Eric Phillips (L) discusses some of the over-the-road trucks and heavy iron with Donnie Elkins of Elk Mountain Construction, Cookeville, Tenn. James Kelly, Eastern Sky Investments, Dawsonville, Ga., won’t let his brochure go as he goes skyward while testing a JLG 40HG lift. Delmer Bowman of CD Auto, Cookeville, Tenn., and Harold Qualls of Schubert & Qualls Construction, Crossville, Tenn., wait for the compact track loaders to go on the auction block. (L-R): Roger Ray, J&R Construction, Hartsville, Tenn.; Hunter Mofield of Ritchason Auctioneers; and Chris Payne, Payne Septic, Lafayette, Tenn., talk about the possible applications for this Takeuchi mini-excavator. Rick Minchew (L) and Gene Rogers of J & J Excavating, Bowling Green, Ky., inspect this Cat 621 scraper. A crowd of registered bidders had the opportunity to purchase heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, farm equipment and miscellaneous items from more than 130 consignors.

Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. kicked off its 2016 season with a strong sale at the company's auction headquarters facility in Lebanon, Tenn., on March 12. A crowd of registered bidders had the opportunity to purchase heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, farm equipment and miscellaneous items from more than 130 consignors.

As a result of tremendous growth of the company's quarterly auctions, it was announced that it will have a total of three rings (truck, farm and construction equipment rings) running concurrently for its upcoming June 11 auction.

Ritchason Auctioneers said, “We have also added to our sales team truck specialist Eric Phillips, who will be a great contribution to our growing truck market.”

For more visit www.ritchason.com.




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