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Floating Stage Sold for $550 at City Surplus Auction

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An unusual item was up for auction at the City of Tulsa surplus auction May 31: a floating stage.

The stage is being sold by the River Parks Authority. Vehicles, office equipment, furniture and many other surplus items will be auctioned off.

The auction began at 9:30 am. Saturday at the City's surplus property facility at 108 N. Trenton Ave.

The floating stage was sold for $550. A River Parks Authority spokesperson said the stage was bought in 1984 for $300,000 by a private foundation. The spokesperson also said it would be expensive for the winning bidder to transport the stage out of the facility.

Merchandise can also be viewed on the website at www.joepippinauctioneers.com.

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