Who doesn't love a good bargain? The Owensboro Sportscenter will be home to utility trucks, vans, cars, mowers, trailers, lawn equipment, and so much more that will be up for grabs. Here's everything you need to know to get those deals at the Owensboro Surplus Auction.

Kurtz Auction & Realty Company

Coming up on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 it's the Annual Owensboro Surplus Auction. Head to the Owensboro Sportscenter at 10 AM to get some really great deals on a HUGE variety of items. Haven't you always wanted to buy a school bus and turn it into a tiny house? How fun would that be!

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Find great deals on kitchen and office equipment, computers, bikes and SO much more. Be sure to take a sneak peek inspection of the items and get pre-registered on Wednesday, September 8th from Noon until 2 PM. Kurtz Auction & Realty Company will be handling the auction.

Owensboro Surplus Auction Items

The Owensboro Sportscenter will be home to utility trucks, vans, cars, mowers, trailers, lawn equipment, and so much more. Here are some of the items available at the Owensboro Surplus Auction.

For more information about the Surplus Auction, you can contact Clay Taylor, Auctioneer/Realtor with Kurtz Auction & Realty Company at clay@kurtzauction.com.

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