Starting Monday, March 18th, the annual G101.3 radio auction will commence. You can click on the link and see the list of items that will be up for auction. And the bidding begins…From the G101.3 site-
We have gathered over one hundred thousand of dollars of merchandise for you to buy for pennies on the dollar. Over the past decade we have saved our listeners tens of thousands of dollars and are excited to continue our annual tradition!
This year we incorporated many new features on this site to help you prepare for another successful auction. Using the menu above, you can view the items up for grabs. We divided the items into categories with large photos of the products up for bid. When you find an item you want, you can now Add It To Your Favorites. This on-going list consolidates all your favorite items.
We’ve also incorporated crowd sourcing features, such as allowing you to share your reviews and experiences with each product. And when viewing an item, we’ll suggest other items you may like based on our listener’s browsing habits.
We’re excited to have you as a part of another great auction! Be sure to tune in Monday, March 18th through Friday, March 22nd on G1013 and WKBV. Good luck and happy bidding!
Here are just a few of things up for auction. You can see many many more by clicking on the link above.
Karole Passmore is a freelance writer who enjoys writing articles and short stories, interviewing local people, and researching non-fiction subject matter– preferably historical. Graduate of RHS, Ivy Tech Richmond, and Earlham College– with a major in History, Karole has spent most of her life in Wayne County and enjoys the quaint atmosphere of a small town.
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