Utility Auction Services Holds Final Auction of 2015

There was a strong showing of bidders in attendance at the auction, many looking to take advantage of the tax savings with Section 179 being passed.

Wed July 30, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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The Utility Auctions crew gathered to thank its customers for a great year. They’re looking forward to an even better one in 2016.
The Utility Auctions crew gathered to thank its customers for a great year. They’re looking forward to an even better one in 2016.
The Utility Auctions crew gathered to thank its customers for a great year. They’re looking forward to an even better one in 2016. Carl Perrello, owner of Perrello Construction, came over from New Jersey for the auction. Joe Harry (L), owner of J&L Lawncare and Trees, checks out the equipment with his laborer Travis Shoff. Utility trucks were on display. Dump trucks, with and without plows, were ready for purchase. There was a strong showing of bidders in attendance at Utility Auction Services’s final auction of the calendar year.

Utility Auction Services held its last auction of the 2015 calendar year on Dec. 18 in Wilmington, Del. There was a strong showing of bidders in attendance at the auction, many looking to take advantage of the tax savings with Section 179 being passed.

The auction kicked off with a huge “thank you” to all the attendees and bidders throughout the 2015 calendar year.




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