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Equipment Consignment sale - EPAC (Elmira Produce Auction Cooperative Inc)

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Equipment Consignment sale - EPAC (Elmira Produce Auction Cooperative Inc)

Time: April 9, 2015 all day
Location: Elmira
Street: Arthur Street North and Reidwoods Dr.
City/Town: Elmira
Phone: 519-669-3884
Event Type: consignment, sale
Organized By: Scott Farhood
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2015

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Event Description

Elmira Produce Cooperative Inc (EPAC) located just outside of Elmira is holding it's annual spring consignment auction sale.  Once again this long standing annual spring and fall auction will be held just north of Elmira.  This is a large auction with a good turnout and will be available to the general public to buy and sell.  The date for the event is April 9th 2015 beginning at 9:30 am at the Elmira Produce Auction Cooperative located at 7400 Reid Woods Drive.  Two rings will be selling/operating all day.  We welcome new consignors as well as buyers.  Please call in before March 14 if you wish to get your items listed in the farm papers.  For more details on this event and to get your items registered please contact;

Mr. Noah Gingrich

519-669-3884

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