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Ritchason Kicks Off 2011 Auction Season in Lebanon, Tenn.

Fri April 15, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Looking over some of the excavators in the sale lineup are Mark Dyer (L) and Brad Webster, both of MEGA Machinery, Knoxville, Tenn.
Looking over some of the excavators in the sale lineup are Mark Dyer (L) and Brad Webster, both of MEGA Machinery, Knoxville, Tenn.
Looking over some of the excavators in the sale lineup are Mark Dyer (L) and Brad Webster, both of MEGA Machinery, Knoxville, Tenn. Test operating a Deere 650 dozer are Nathaniel Green (L), of James C. Hailey Engineering, Nashville, Tenn., and Mike Green of Warren County Utility District, McMinnville, Tenn. Perched on a root rake and waiting for the dozers to go on the auction block are (L-R) Ronnie Hubbard, Ronnie Hubbard Trucking, Knox County, Ky.; Johnnie Collett and Johnnie Collett Jr, both of Collett Logging, Barbourville, Ky. Monitoring the auction pricing and hoping to catch the “deal of the day” are Tina Wimpee and Wesley Wrenn, of Wrenn Excavation, Bowling Green, Ky. Three guys who are regulars at this sale and spend quite a few Saturdays in Lebanon, Tenn., are (L-R) Lemmon and Terry McCorkle, both of CLT Contracting, Claxton, Ga.; and Billy Seals, Thompson Tractor, Birmingham, Ala. Taking notes and discussing their bidding strategy on this Cat D6R XL are Tim Rahm (L) and Jim Stone of Stoneway Farms, Prospect, Ky. A nice turnout and approximately 650 total registered bidders, including those who bid online, made for another successful auction for Ritchason Auctioneers on March 19. Ritchason Auctioneers’ Wendall Word (L) and company president, Dewain Ritchason work the crowd for one final bid on a Cat dozer.

Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. kicked off its 2011 auction schedule with a sale at its auction headquarters in Lebanon, Tenn., on Saturday, March 19. It was a nice March day for the first sale of the year with approximately 700 total lots being sold to more than 650 total registered bidders, including some international bidders.

Ritchason Auctioneers takes it “on the road” for its next auction on Saturday, April 30, in Vine Grove, Ky. For more information visit www.ritchason.com.