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EJ’S Auction & Consignment is the first Big Box Retail Auction Facility

GLENDALE, Arizona / ACCESSWIRE / March 10, 2014 / EJ’S Auction & Consignment in only it’s 5th auction in their new 30,000 square foot facility sold a circa 16th century carved marble statue for $17,500.00 to a buyer in the U.K. This particular piece had over ten international phone bidders competing for the piece as well as over a hundred within the United States said Erik Hoyer owner of EJ’S Auction & Consignment. “The amount of interest in this piece as well as several others we have had in the last few weeks has been very strong” 

 

“EJ’S has decided to use online bidding to garner more bidders and in this struggling economy it is paying off.” “We are averaging between 400 – 500 attendees in the facility on auction day and an additional 125-200 online bidders and seems to be building every week”

As momentum builds in the EJ’S business model they are expected to grow their business exponentially in the next 24 – 36 months with additional locations already under either under construction or in the planning stages.

“We are opening another facility within them Phoenix metropolitan area within the next two months and are looking at Denver or Las Vegas following the launch of our second location” Says Hoyer “My vision for EJ’S is simple to create the first retail Box Box Auction Facility that attracts more of the retail buyer similar to a buyer going to Costco or IKEA except its and auction”

For more information, visit: http://www.ejsauction.com

 

Media Contact:
Erik Hoyer
EJ’S Auction & Consignment
623-878-2003
erik@ejsauction.com

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