Ritchason Auctioneers Kicks Off 2014 Auction Schedule
Six hundred plus bidders register as Ritchason starts 2014 off strong.
Tue April 15, 2014 - Southeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
John Wattenbarger (L) and John Wattenbarger Jr. of Tennessee Stone Builders, Crossville, Tenn., conduct a comprehensive inspection of a Cat D6H dozer.
Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. kicked off its 2014 auction schedule and 25th anniversary year with its annual spring sale at the company’s auction headquarters in Lebanon, Tenn., on March 22.
“We had a great online bidder presence at this auction with hopes to continue growing this area of the auction experience, said Jordyn Roe, marketing and communications director of Ritchason. “We had 600 plus registered bidders on Saturday and were very excited to start the year off strong with a great line-up of heavy equipment. We are thankful to all of those who came out and we look forward to our next on location auction in June as we continue to celebrate our 25th year of business.”
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