Peter Clark, Yoder & Frey owner, cuts the ribbon to mark the first annual Ashland, Ohio, spring auction.
Yoder & Frey Auctioneers' first annual Ashland, Ohio, consignment auction, held on May 17, drew an enthusiastic crowd of onsite bidders, and attracted a substantial amount of online bidding.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held the night before the sale to kick off the inaugural event, with guests including Glen Stewart, Ashland mayor, Ashland city council members and representatives of the Ashland Chamber of Commerce. Guests and Yoder & Frey employees were invited to sign the ribbon with their best wishes prior to the ceremony, which was followed by a barbecue lunch provided courtesy of Yoder & Frey Auctioneers.
Based in Holland, Ohio, Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Inc. has conducted auctions for the construction equipment, truck, trailer, mining, farming and forestry industries for more than 52 years. With auctions held throughout the United States, most notably the company's Annual Kissimmee Winter Auction, Yoder & Frey Auctioneers owner, Peter Clark, was pleased when regional demand led to the development of this local annual auction in Ohio's Heartland.
The first annual Ashland, Ohio, spring auction featured nearly 400 lots of aggregates, construction, farming and forestry machines and equipment including a variety of dozers, excavators, skid steers, trucks and trailers.
Yoder & Frey Auctioneer's next auction is scheduled for Ashland, Ky., on July 7 and will feature coal industry related equipment. The company also plans to conduct its second Ashland, Ohio, auction on Sept. 22.
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