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need to clarify a statement I have made on a number of occasions over the last
month or so. I would also like to
apologize for any misunderstanding or confusion these statements have caused. The statement I have made is “we are going to start Internet only
auctions in the near future”. Please
let me clarify. The term “Internet
only auction” is one of several terms used to describe a “type” of
auction. It DOES NOT mean that
Internet auctions are the only type of auction that we will conduct in the
future. It simply means that in
addition to our regular in-house auctions where people come to our auction
facility and bid in person in what is termed a “live” auction, we are going
to start conducting “Internet” only auctions where the only way to bid on
items in that auction is by placing a bid by using the Internet. For those that would like to bid on an item that is in an “Internet”
only auction and don’t have access to a computer or the Internet, they will be
able to place a bid by coming to the auction facility and placing that bid with
summarize we will continue to have “live” in-house auctions, but will add
additional “Internet” auctions. If
you have any questions or items you would like to consign please contact me at
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