Preston Evans has a colossal four-day auction event planned for Sept. 4-7 at the Big Peach Antiques Mall in Byron, Ga.

Items belonging to Preston Evans’s longtime friend Buddy Austin, recently deceased, will be sold, to include his beloved 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air and a collection of vintage motorcycles.

Coke collectibles, many of them early and in impeccable condition, will include rare and vintage coolers, posters, dispensers, clocks, vending machines, buttons, ice chests and even a bicycle.

Magnificent 19th century French barrel organ clock, circa 1884, 8 feet 6 inches tall, topped by a bronze eagle perched on an alabaster plinth, a carved fluted column containing the clock.

Jukeboxes – a category Mr. Evans knows a little something about, having collected them most of his life – will feature Wurlitzer models 1700, 1800, 2104, 1015, 800 (shown) and 1080.

Baby boomers will be treated to many of the items that defined their childhood. What boomer wouldn’t want to own a Hopalong Cassidy bicycle or other Hopalong Cassidy collectible?

Offered will be toys, Popeye collectibles, advertising, movie posters, petroliana, jukeboxes, arcade games, slots, magic memorabilia, Coca-Cola items, more.

We’ve got a trailer, bleachers and chairs in addition to the indoor room. Everyone will be able to see what we’re selling. We’ll have three people calling the sale. Part of the sale will be live-only.”

— Preston Evans

BYRON, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Preston Evans of Preston Opportunities is very good at many things – like collecting and being an auctioneer – but he’s terrible at retiring. “I tried to retire,” he said from his home in South Georgia, “and it worked until I was motivated to get back in the auction ring. I found it impossible to sell all my collections in the time I spent trying to put together an event.”

That was four years ago. Since then, at least five important collections have fallen into Evans’s lap (including the estate of his longtime friend and fellow collector, Buddy Austin, recently deceased). Those items, plus Evan’s leftover inventory never before offered for sale, all add up to one thing: a major auction for all of it, planned for four days, the weekend of Sept. 4th thru 7th.

The auction will be held at the Big Peach Antiques Mall in Byron, Georgia, 12 miles south of Macon, off exit 149 of I-75, at 119 Peachtree Parkway. Start times all four days will be 10 am Eastern. Seating will be available in the lower room of the mall. The expected overflow crowd will be accommodated outdoors. Limited online bidding will be through LiveAuctioneers.com.

The auction is packed with antiques and collectibles in many categories. Offered will be toys, Western items, Popeye collectibles, advertising, movie posters, petroliana (gas station collectibles), jukeboxes, arcade games, magic memorabilia, trade stimulators, coin-ops, slot machines, Coca-Cola items, music boxes, cash registers, watches, clocks, pre-1899 guns and swords, Civil War items, scientific instruments, vintage cameras, vintage cars and motorcycles.

The vintage cars are worth noting up front, for their rarity and importance. They will be sold at the Saturday, September 5th session and include the following:

• A 1939 Cadillac V-16 Series 90 convertible “barn find”, one of only four made, with a divider window windshield, in storage since 1954, with 9,264 miles on the odometer.
• A 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air sport coupe hardtop, striking red, fully restored, with flawless trim and bumpers, a “Turbo-Fire” 283 engine, 3-speed floor shifter and whitewall tires.
• A 1966 Jaguar XK-E 2+2 coupe, Series I, with a beautiful sounding 4.2 liter engine with triple SU carburetors, automatic transmission, covered lens headlights and wire wheels.
• A 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan two-door coupe, a “Hot Rod Lincoln”, recently restored, with burgundy paint, Ford flathead V-8 337 ci engine (152 hp), and a streamlined body.

Other cars include a 1953 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Eight Custom Catalina with original paint, a 1948 Willys Jeepster, a 1950 Cadillac Series 62 sedan, a 1911 Willys-Overland Touring car, and a 1928 Packard Model 526 five-passenger sedan. The cars are being sold as-is, in varying states of condition. A few have been lovingly restored, while others are awaiting a return to their glory.

Rare and vintage motorcycles and motorbikes, all from the Buddy Austin collection, will also be sold on Saturday. They include a Harley-Davidson Hummer motorbike, a Gulf motorbike and a Cushman motorbike. Bicycles will also come up for bid. Examples include a Monarch Super Deluxe, a Schwinn Stingray, an 1892 Victor, a 1958 Eljin, a Schwinn Phantom and many others.

The Friday session, September 4th, will be open for registration at 7:30 am with a preview lasting until 10 am, when the first gavel falls. The live-only session (no Internet bidding) has been dubbed Buddy’s Barnyard Items, in honor of Mr. Austin. Items sold will include toys, Western items, advertising, Popeye collectibles, movie posters, car parts and automotive accessories.

The early Popeye items – a collection numbering in the hundreds of pieces – is a colossal horde gathered over the course of many decades by a single owner. Offered will be a Popeye arcade game, Popeye toy airplane and various other Popeye-themed toys, a Popeye “Thimble Theatre Drama Action”, a Popeye “Thimble Theatre” big book, cloth dolls, a lamp and a marionette.

The movie posters include examples from the films Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (with Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell), Butterfield 8 (with Elizabeth Taylor), Dodge City (with Errol Flynn and Olivia De Haviland), The Dawn Trail (with Buck Jones), The Fight Never Ends (with Joe Louis), The VIPs (with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor), The Good Die Young and others.

In addition to cars, motorcycles, motorbikes and bicycles, the Saturday session will also feature advertising items, more Popeye, toys, petroliana, jukeboxes, arcade games, trade stimulators, coin-ops and slot machines, Coca-Cola items, cash registers, automata, pedal cars and more.

The Coke collectibles, many of them early and in superb condition, are second to none. They include rare and vintage coolers, posters, dispensers, clocks, mostly dime vending machines, buttons, ice chests and even a bicycle (the bicycle will be sold with the other bikes, on Saturday).

Slot machines will be led by a rare 5-cent slot made in the 1930s by Superior Confection out of central Ohio, with “Buffalo Nickels Only” logo. Also sold will be a Mills Jackpot Bandit, a Jennings Light-Up slot, a Poinsettia slot, a War Eagle slot, a Wolf Head slot and Little Duke slot.

Coin-ops will include an IQ tester, chewing gum and gumball coin-ops, and coin-ops titled The Target and The Races. Arcade games will feature Test Your Grip, Kicker Catcher, Rugger, 3-D Theatre, Personality Indicator, Power of Attraction, Penny Souvenir. Trade stimulators include Ball-Gum, Five-Card Draw, Free-Play, POK Reel, Vest Pocket and Horse Race Sweepstakes.

Jukeboxes – a category Mr. Evans knows a little something about, having collected them all his life – will feature Wurlitzer models 1700, 1800, 2104, 1015, 800 and 1080. Also offered will be jukeboxes from Rock-Ola, AMI and Seeburg. There’s also a Harley-Davidson-themed jukebox.

Advertising items are hugely popular because they display so beautifully in the home (or even on a house). Lots to watch include signs by Royal Vacuum, Pepsi-Cola, AAA Auto Club, Packard, Hires Root Beer, Sun-Rise Beverages, Ebert’s Ice Cream, Merita Bread, Squirt soda and many others. Also sold will be a Ray-O-Vac clock, Marvin’s Crackers box and an RCA Victor display.

Petroliana is another hot collectible, and a must-have for the man cave. Lots on offer include gas pumps for Flying A, Texaco, Shell and Polly; a Gulf Gasoline globe; and signs for Fire Chief gasoline, Sunoco Gas and Cactus Tire Boots & Patches. Old barber shop chairs will also be sold.

Vintage and antique toys will be plentiful and will feature many toy cars, trucks and horses. Lots expected to do well include an American Railroad Express Agency truck, a Looky fire truck, a Strutco truck with box, and more. A nice assortment of Dick Tracy collectibles will also be on offer, to include a police car with siren, siren police pistol and G-Man gun silent alarm pistol (all in the original box), a Dick Tracy comic and Dick Tracy poster, a toy car and a G-Man toy gun.

Automata features a group of three museum-quality figural examples from the early 1800s, with the original clothing. Two are blackamoor figures (one is playing a musical instrument, the other is smoking a pipe), while the third figure is feeding a pig. Other automata include an elephant-themed cigarette dispenser made in Berlin in 1949 and a 1930s-era Hollywood marionette figure.

Movie memorabilia will be headlined by an actual Edison projecting Kinetoscope. When Thomas Edison applied for a patent for a motion picture system over 100 years ago, it called for a camera called the Kinetograph (from the Greek for “motion recorder”) and a viewer called the Kinetoscope (from the Greek for “motion viewer”), an example of which is what’s being sold.

Other movie-related items include a stereoptical viewer and cards, a tabletop viewer, a Keystone camera, a stereopticon, floor model viewers, a Tom Mix projector with reels, and posters for the films The Miracle Rider (with cowboy star Tom Mix) and Junior Bonner (with Steve McQueen).

The Sunday, September 6th session will include spillover items from several of the abovenamed Saturday categories, but will also include magic memorabilia, music boxes and clocks. Folks will want to mark their calendars for the music and magic offerings. Both of them are important.

The music category features three rare, highly collectible offerings. They are:

• An Encore Automatic Banjo, designed and manufactured circa 1900 by the American Automatic Banjo Company (N.J.), a precursor to the jukebox and marketed mainly to businesses. It’s a rare, large and beautiful treasure: 6 feet 10 inches tall by 2 feet wide.
• A 19th century French barrel organ clock, circa 1884, magnificent in stature, 8 feet 6 inches tall, topped by a bronze eagle perched on an alabaster plinth, a carved fluted column containing the clock, the music from the small wooden flute pipes striking at 12.
• An automatic accordion playing nickelodeon known as the Maccordion, circa 1960s. A fine example and one of only a few made by G.W. MacKinnon (Charlotte, N.C.). Comes with a player piano, two playing accordions and other instruments, in a custom cabinet.

Other music-related offerings include a Theatrophone (a concert-size cylinder phonograph, precision milled, circa 1904, in a nicely crafted maple cabinet), two organ barrel Gerbruders, an Edison phonograph, a Nickelodeon Seeburg L, a pipe organ, and vintage pianos and organs.

The magic category may just be the most astounding one of all. It will be led by items specific to Houdini (his leg irons, handcuffs, and locks), a bust of Houdini, posters for his Metamorphosis show and one titled “Europe’s Eclipsing Sensation”, and various ephemera. Other magic items are related to David Copperfield (including a check he wrote to Preston Evans, framed), The Amazing Randi, Thurston, Alexander, The Great Sorcar, Carter the Great, Germain the Wizard, The Great Virgil, Kar-Mi, Ken Griffin, Dante, Goebel, Neff, Von Arx and Harry Blackstone, Sr.

Items up for bid will include Panna Lall’s gong, a Harry Blackstone, Sr. vanishing clock, Virgil and Julie’s handkerchief gun, V Roy’s fan, Burgeon’s wand, a pair of Carl Davis golden shears, the Whispering Queen card trick, another card trick prop, and a magic pouch of vanishing items.

The watches category will feature British pocket watches dating as far back as the 1700s, some with repousse cases. Other lots include a Breguet repeater pocket watch with gold chain that strikes on the hour with a sound; and a 1947 wristwatch engraved with the name of a Packard employee for his long tenure with the car company, also engraved with an image of a Packard.

The selection of pre-1900 weapons is far too lengthy to list individually, but bidders should know that they are slated to be auctioned off Monday, September 7th. “We may also auction some as time permits on Saturday as well,” Mr. Evans said. The weapons category includes guns and relics that date as far back as 1400, antique guns and swords (all pre-1899), flintlock pistols and rifles, and hard-to-find Civil War items (to include items from the Gettysburg, Pa. vicinity).

“We’ve filled the building with merchandise, now we’ve got to figure out where to put the people,” Evans said with a chuckle. “We’ve got a trailer, bleachers and chairs, in addition to the indoor room. Everyone will be able to see what we’re selling. We’ll have three people calling the action. Part of the sale will be live-only, like the entire Friday session of Buddy Austin items.”

A brochure costing $20 shows many of the items described here and serves as a ticket to enter the auction display area, all four days. $50 per person includes a brochure and seat (if available). A $100 option includes a brochure and guaranteed indoor reserved seat. $50 and $100 options will apply toward a purchase. The purchase of a brochure is not required for outside attendance.

To learn more about this auction, please visit www.prestonopportunities.com. To inquire about purchasing a brochure, or for any other matters, send an email to presto434343@gmail.com.

# # # #

Preston Evans
Preston Opportunities
+1 678-296-3326
email us here


Source: EIN Presswire

Preston Evans has a a colossal four-day auction event planned for Sept. 4-7 at the Big Peach Antiques Mall in Byron, Ga.

Items belonging to Preston Evans’s longtime friend Buddy Austin, recently deceased, will be sold, to include his beloved 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air and a collection of vintage motorcycles.

Coke collectibles, many of them early and in impeccable condition, will include rare and vintage coolers, posters, dispensers, clocks, vending machines, buttons, ice chests and even a bicycle.

Magnificent 19th century French barrel organ clock, circa 1884, 8 feet 6 inches tall, topped by a bronze eagle perched on an alabaster plinth, a carved fluted column containing the clock.

Jukeboxes – a category Mr. Evans knows a little something about, having collected them most of his life – will feature Wurlitzer models 1700, 1800, 2104, 1015, 800 (shown) and 1080.

Baby boomers will be treated to many of the items that defined their childhood. What boomer wouldn’t want to own a Hopalong Cassidy bicycle or other Hopalong Cassidy collectible?

Offered will be toys, Popeye collectibles, advertising, movie posters, petroliana, jukeboxes, arcade games, slots, magic memorabilia, Coca-Cola items, more.

We’ve got a trailer, bleachers and chairs in addition to the indoor room. Everyone will be able to see what we’re selling. We’ll have three people calling the sale. Part of the sale will be live-only.”

— Preston Evans

BYRON, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Preston Evans of Preston Opportunities is very good at many things – like collecting and being an auctioneer – but he’s terrible at retiring. “I tried to retire,” he said from his home in South Georgia, “and it worked until I was motivated to get back in the auction ring. I found it impossible to sell all my collections in the time I spent trying to put together an event.”

That was four years ago. Since then, at least five important collections have fallen into Evans’s lap (including the estate of his longtime friend and fellow collector, Buddy Austin, recently deceased). Those items, plus Evan’s leftover inventory never before offered for sale, all add up to one thing: a major auction for all of it, planned for four days, the weekend of Sept. 4th thru 7th.

The auction will be held at the Big Peach Antiques Mall in Byron, Georgia, 12 miles south of Macon, off exit 149 of I-75, at 119 Peachtree Parkway. Start times all four days will be 10 am Eastern. Seating will be available in the lower room of the mall. The expected overflow crowd will be accommodated outdoors. Limited online bidding will be through LiveAuctioneers.com.

The auction is packed with antiques and collectibles in many categories. Offered will be toys, Western items, Popeye collectibles, advertising, movie posters, petroliana (gas station collectibles), jukeboxes, arcade games, magic memorabilia, trade stimulators, coin-ops, slot machines, Coca-Cola items, music boxes, cash registers, watches, clocks, pre-1899 guns and swords, Civil War items, scientific instruments, vintage cameras, vintage cars and motorcycles.

The vintage cars are worth noting up front, for their rarity and importance. They will be sold at the Saturday, September 5th session and include the following:

• A 1939 Cadillac V-16 Series 90 convertible “barn find”, one of only four made, with a divider window windshield, in storage since 1954, with 9,264 miles on the odometer.
• A 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air sport coupe hardtop, striking red, fully restored, with flawless trim and bumpers, a “Turbo-Fire” 283 engine, 3-speed floor shifter and whitewall tires.
• A 1966 Jaguar XK-E 2+2 coupe, Series I, with a beautiful sounding 4.2 liter engine with triple SU carburetors, automatic transmission, covered lens headlights and wire wheels.
• A 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan two-door coupe, a “Hot Rod Lincoln”, recently restored, with burgundy paint, Ford flathead V-8 337 ci engine (152 hp), and a streamlined body.

Other cars include a 1953 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Eight Custom Catalina with original paint, a 1948 Willys Jeepster, a 1950 Cadillac Series 62 sedan, a 1911 Willys-Overland Touring car, and a 1928 Packard Model 526 five-passenger sedan. The cars are being sold as-is, in varying states of condition. A few have been lovingly restored, while others are awaiting a return to their glory.

Rare and vintage motorcycles and motorbikes, all from the Buddy Austin collection, will also be sold on Saturday. They include a Harley-Davidson Hummer motorbike, a Gulf motorbike and a Cushman motorbike. Bicycles will also come up for bid. Examples include a Monarch Super Deluxe, a Schwinn Stingray, an 1892 Victor, a 1958 Eljin, a Schwinn Phantom and many others.

The Friday session, September 4th, will be open for registration at 7:30 am with a preview lasting until 10 am, when the first gavel falls. The live-only session (no Internet bidding) has been dubbed Buddy’s Barnyard Items, in honor of Mr. Austin. Items sold will include toys, Western items, advertising, Popeye collectibles, movie posters, car parts and automotive accessories.

The early Popeye items – a collection numbering in the hundreds of pieces – is a colossal horde gathered over the course of many decades by a single owner. Offered will be a Popeye arcade game, Popeye toy airplane and various other Popeye-themed toys, a Popeye “Thimble Theatre Drama Action”, a Popeye “Thimble Theatre” big book, cloth dolls, a lamp and a marionette.

The movie posters include examples from the films Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (with Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell), Butterfield 8 (with Elizabeth Taylor), Dodge City (with Errol Flynn and Olivia De Haviland), The Dawn Trail (with Buck Jones), The Fight Never Ends (with Joe Louis), The VIPs (with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor), The Good Die Young and others.

In addition to cars, motorcycles, motorbikes and bicycles, the Saturday session will also feature advertising items, more Popeye, toys, petroliana, jukeboxes, arcade games, trade stimulators, coin-ops and slot machines, Coca-Cola items, cash registers, automata, pedal cars and more.

The Coke collectibles, many of them early and in superb condition, are second to none. They include rare and vintage coolers, posters, dispensers, clocks, mostly dime vending machines, buttons, ice chests and even a bicycle (the bicycle will be sold with the other bikes, on Saturday).

Slot machines will be led by a rare 5-cent slot made in the 1930s by Superior Confection out of central Ohio, with “Buffalo Nickels Only” logo. Also sold will be a Mills Jackpot Bandit, a Jennings Light-Up slot, a Poinsettia slot, a War Eagle slot, a Wolf Head slot and Little Duke slot.

Coin-ops will include an IQ tester, chewing gum and gumball coin-ops, and coin-ops titled The Target and The Races. Arcade games will feature Test Your Grip, Kicker Catcher, Rugger, 3-D Theatre, Personality Indicator, Power of Attraction, Penny Souvenir. Trade stimulators include Ball-Gum, Five-Card Draw, Free-Play, POK Reel, Vest Pocket and Horse Race Sweepstakes.

Jukeboxes – a category Mr. Evans knows a little something about, having collected them all his life – will feature Wurlitzer models 1700, 1800, 2104, 1015, 800 and 1080. Also offered will be jukeboxes from Rock-Ola, AMI and Seeburg. There’s also a Harley-Davidson-themed jukebox.

Advertising items are hugely popular because they display so beautifully in the home (or even on a house). Lots to watch include signs by Royal Vacuum, Pepsi-Cola, AAA Auto Club, Packard, Hires Root Beer, Sun-Rise Beverages, Ebert’s Ice Cream, Merita Bread, Squirt soda and many others. Also sold will be a Ray-O-Vac clock, Marvin’s Crackers box and an RCA Victor display.

Petroliana is another hot collectible, and a must-have for the man cave. Lots on offer include gas pumps for Flying A, Texaco, Shell and Polly; a Gulf Gasoline globe; and signs for Fire Chief gasoline, Sunoco Gas and Cactus Tire Boots & Patches. Old barber shop chairs will also be sold.

Vintage and antique toys will be plentiful and will feature many toy cars, trucks and horses. Lots expected to do well include an American Railroad Express Agency truck, a Looky fire truck, a Strutco truck with box, and more. A nice assortment of Dick Tracy collectibles will also be on offer, to include a police car with siren, siren police pistol and G-Man gun silent alarm pistol (all in the original box), a Dick Tracy comic and Dick Tracy poster, a toy car and a G-Man toy gun.

Automata features a group of three museum-quality figural examples from the early 1800s, with the original clothing. Two are blackamoor figures (one is playing a musical instrument, the other is smoking a pipe), while the third figure is feeding a pig. Other automata include an elephant-themed cigarette dispenser made in Berlin in 1949 and a 1930s-era Hollywood marionette figure.

Movie memorabilia will be headlined by an actual Edison projecting Kinetoscope. When Thomas Edison applied for a patent for a motion picture system over 100 years ago, it called for a camera called the Kinetograph (from the Greek for “motion recorder”) and a viewer called the Kinetoscope (from the Greek for “motion viewer”), an example of which is what’s being sold.

Other movie-related items include a stereoptical viewer and cards, a tabletop viewer, a Keystone camera, a stereopticon, floor model viewers, a Tom Mix projector with reels, and posters for the films The Miracle Rider (with cowboy star Tom Mix) and Junior Bonner (with Steve McQueen).

The Sunday, September 6th session will include spillover items from several of the abovenamed Saturday categories, but will also include magic memorabilia, music boxes and clocks. Folks will want to mark their calendars for the music and magic offerings. Both of them are important.

The music category features three rare, highly collectible offerings. They are:

• An Encore Automatic Banjo, designed and manufactured circa 1900 by the American Automatic Banjo Company (N.J.), a precursor to the jukebox and marketed mainly to businesses. It’s a rare, large and beautiful treasure: 6 feet 10 inches tall by 2 feet wide.
• A 19th century French barrel organ clock, circa 1884, magnificent in stature, 8 feet 6 inches tall, topped by a bronze eagle perched on an alabaster plinth, a carved fluted column containing the clock, the music from the small wooden flute pipes striking at 12.
• An automatic accordion playing nickelodeon known as the Maccordion, circa 1960s. A fine example and one of only a few made by G.W. MacKinnon (Charlotte, N.C.). Comes with a player piano, two playing accordions and other instruments, in a custom cabinet.

Other music-related offerings include a Theatrophone (a concert-size cylinder phonograph, precision milled, circa 1904, in a nicely crafted maple cabinet), two organ barrel Gerbruders, an Edison phonograph, a Nickelodeon Seeburg L, a pipe organ, and vintage pianos and organs.

The magic category may just be the most astounding one of all. It will be led by items specific to Houdini (his leg irons, handcuffs, and locks), a bust of Houdini, posters for his Metamorphosis show and one titled “Europe’s Eclipsing Sensation”, and various ephemera. Other magic items are related to David Copperfield (including a check he wrote to Preston Evans, framed), The Amazing Randi, Thurston, Alexander, The Great Sorcar, Carter the Great, Germain the Wizard, The Great Virgil, Kar-Mi, Ken Griffin, Dante, Goebel, Neff, Von Arx and Harry Blackstone, Sr.

Items up for bid will include Panna Lall’s gong, a Harry Blackstone, Sr. vanishing clock, Virgil and Julie’s handkerchief gun, V Roy’s fan, Burgeon’s wand, a pair of Carl Davis golden shears, the Whispering Queen card trick, another card trick prop, and a magic pouch of vanishing items.

The watches category will feature British pocket watches dating as far back as the 1700s, some with repousse cases. Other lots include a Breguet repeater pocket watch with gold chain that strikes on the hour with a sound; and a 1947 wristwatch engraved with the name of a Packard employee for his long tenure with the car company, also engraved with an image of a Packard.

The selection of pre-1900 weapons is far too lengthy to list individually, but bidders should know that they are slated to be auctioned off Monday, September 7th. “We may also auction some as time permits on Saturday as well,” Mr. Evans said. The weapons category includes guns and relics that date as far back as 1400, antique guns and swords (all pre-1899), flintlock pistols and rifles, and hard-to-find Civil War items (to include items from the Gettysburg, Pa. vicinity).

“We’ve filled the building with merchandise, now we’ve got to figure out where to put the people,” Evans said with a chuckle. “We’ve got a trailer, bleachers and chairs, in addition to the indoor room. Everyone will be able to see what we’re selling. We’ll have three people calling the action. Part of the sale will be live-only, like the entire Friday session of Buddy Austin items.”

A brochure costing $20 shows many of the items described here and serves as a ticket to enter the auction display area, all four days. $50 per person includes a brochure and seat (if available). A $100 option includes a brochure and guaranteed indoor reserved seat. $50 and $100 options will apply toward a purchase. The purchase of a brochure is not required for outside attendance.

To learn more about this auction, please visit www.prestonopportunities.com. To inquire about purchasing a brochure, or for any other matters, send an email to presto434343@gmail.com.

# # # #

Preston Evans
Preston Opportunities
+1 678-296-3326
email us here


Source: EIN Presswire

Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market 2020 Analysis by Trends, Demand, Products and Technology Forecast to 2026

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market 2020-2026

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This report provides in depth study of “Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

Gaming Mouse & Keyboards are engineered to provide gamers with higher-end performance and a great gaming experience.
Gaming keyboards often have a variety of programmable keys for use in or out of game. They are often backlit, and may feature a thicker coating of paint on the most used gaming keys (w, a, s, d, space). They're also more suitable for long time use by (usually) being built in a more robust fashion, and are made so that they won't hurt the user's hands after a period of long use. Gaming keyboards can also come with a variety of useful features from a windows key disable switch to a LCD screen.

Drivers and Constraints                                               

The fundamental dynamics that are explored in the report hold substantial influence over the Wireless Gaming Keyboard market. The report further studies on the value, volume trends, and the pricing history of the market. In addition to it, various growth factors, restraints, and opportunities are also analyzed for the market to study the in-depth understanding of the market.

This report also analyzes the impact of Coronavirus COVID-19 on the Wireless Gaming Keyboard industry.

Key Players

The report has profiled some of the Important players prevalent in the global like – Logitech, Corsair, Uhuru,
Soke-Six
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UtechSmart
GameSir
Razer
Rkgaming
Turtle Beach
IOGEAR
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The global Wireless Gaming Keyboard is analyzed for different segments to arrive at an insightful analysis. Such segmentation has been done based on type, application, and region.

Based on Type, the global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market is segmented into by Connection Type, Wifi, Bluetooth,
by Color Type, With Colorful Keyboard Light, Without Colorful Keyboard Light and other

Based on Application, the Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market is segmented into Laptop, Desktop, and Others.

Based on Detailed Regional Analysis, the regional segmentation has been carried out for regions of U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Brazil, etc. Key regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. The report on WGR includes an in-depth study of the Wireless Gaming Keyboard in each regional segment mentioned above.

Key Stakeholders 
Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Manufacturers 
Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers 
Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Subcomponent Manufacturers 
Industry Association 
Downstream Vendors

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1 Study Coverage
1.1 Wireless Gaming Keyboard Product Introduction
1.2 Market Segments
1.3 Key Wireless Gaming Keyboard Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue
1.4 Market by Type
1.4.1 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Size Growth Rate by Type
1.4.2 Wifi
1.4.3 Bluetooth
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Size Growth Rate by Application
1.5.2 Laptop
1.5.3 Desktop
1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Wireless Gaming Keyboard Industry Impact
1.6.1 How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Wireless Gaming Keyboard Industry
1.6.1.1 Wireless Gaming Keyboard Business Impact Assessment – Covid-19
1.6.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges
1.6.1.3 COVID-19’s Impact On Crude Oil and Refined Products
1.6.2 Market Trends and Wireless Gaming Keyboard Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape
1.6.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19
1.6.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Covid-19 Impact
1.6.3.2 Proposal for Wireless Gaming Keyboard Players to Combat Covid-19 Impact
1.7 Study Objectives
1.8 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Size Estimates and Forecasts
2.1.1 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Revenue 2015-2026
2.1.2 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Sales 2015-2026
2.2 Wireless Gaming Keyboard Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026
2.2.1 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020
2.2.2 Global Wireless Gaming Keyboard Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

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11 Company Profiles
11.1 Logitech
11.1.1 Logitech Corporation Information
11.1.2 Logitech Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
11.1.3 Logitech Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
11.1.4 Logitech Wireless Gaming Keyboard Products Offered
11.1.5 Logitech Recent Development
11.2 Corsair
11.2.1 Corsair Corporation Information
11.2.2 Corsair Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
11.2.3 Corsair Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
11.2.4 Corsair Wireless Gaming Keyboard Products Offered
11.2.5 Corsair Recent Development
11.3 Uhuru
11.3.1 Uhuru Corporation Information
11.3.2 Uhuru Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
11.3.3 Uhuru Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
11.3.4 Uhuru Wireless Gaming Keyboard Products Offered
11.3.5 Uhuru Recent Development
11.4 Soke-Six
11.4.1 Soke-Six Corporation Information
11.4.2 Soke-Six Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
11.4.3 Soke-Six Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
11.4.4 Soke-Six Wireless Gaming Keyboard Products Offered
11.4.5 Soke-Six Recent Development

Continued…

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Altitude Watch Is a Modern Take on World War II Pilot Watch

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A stylish pilot watch that has been designed to resemble the timepieces used by World War II pilots for navigation is now available on Kickstarter. The watch’s makers, Altitude, have combined 20th-century history with 21st-century technology to create their black pilot watch. It features a 40-mm diameter watch case and a stainless steel mesh strap with an adjustable latch, making it suitable for all wrist sizes.

Early Bird deals are available — the starting price for the watch is just AU$129.

The watch is certain to be popular with jewelry admirers, lovers of vintage memorabilia, and World War II aficionados alike. It features large minute numerals on the chapter ring and smaller hour numerals on the inner sub-chapter ring, just like the original Flieger aviator watches, which were worn by World War II pilots. A triangle denotes the number 12 — traditionally, a triangle with two dots was used to help pilots differentiate this number from the others on the face and to determine the upward orientation at a glance.

Observation watches were an important part of a pilot’s navigation toolkit in the 1940s, along with the other instruments in the cockpit, such as a compass and altimeter. Precision was essential to negotiate fixed routes and turning points. Before setting off in their aircraft, pilots would synchronize their watches with one another by pulling out the crown of the watch and setting it to zero. When the captain gave the order to "start," the pilots would start their watches at the same time.

The Altitude watch includes the same reliable PC-21 Japanese quartz movement used in some Seiko, Lorus, and Pulsar watch cases. It comes with a two-year warranty to account for defects and manufacturing faults. Also included is a 15-cm, space-saving travel pouch, perfect for storing the watch flat when the straps are folded together, and protecting it from scratches.

The Altitude hologram logo has been applied to the back of the watch, not just for warranty purposes, but also to help customers instantly recognize the brand.

Manufacturing is expected to commence in September, with delivery scheduled for November 2020. Shipping is free worldwide. Customers can find out more about the watch, back the project to bring it to life, and place an order on the Kickstarter platform.

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11th Annual Give a Dog a Bone Week

Feeding Pets of the Homeless has given over $1.5 million to veterinary care, pet food and crates across the U.S. The organization launches its annual Give a Dog a Bone fundraiser Aug. 10.

Pet food and supply donations received across the country

“One in four homeless and disadvantaged people have a pet. Our nation is bleeding from a global pandemic and economic crisis, and the need for pet food donations is bigger than ever.” ”

— Genevieve Frederick

CARSON CITY, NV, USA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Feeding Pets of the Homeless, a national non-profit organization dedicated to feeding and providing emergency veterinary care to pets of the homeless population, is hosting its 11th annual Give a Dog a Bone Week, a national event to collect pet food and supplies for those in need, from Aug.10 through16, 2020.

Participants can find a partner donation site in their local community to donate pet food and supplies at www.petsofthehomeless.org. Pet food donations can also be purchased online and shipped to Pet Food Provider Site partners found at www.petsofthehomeless.org/get-help. Donated food will be distributed to food banks, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters that serve the homeless population.

According to Genevieve Frederick, founder and president for Feeding Pets of the Homeless, homelessness continues to be an issue in many cities, and with unemployment expected to rise, the need for pet food and supplies will increase as more people become homeless.

“One in four homeless and disadvantaged people have a pet,” Frederick said. “Our nation is bleeding from a global pandemic and economic crisis, and the need for pet food donations is bigger than ever.”

Since 2008, Feeding Pets of the Homeless donation sites have received over 1.4 million pounds of donated pet food, which equates to over $3 million fair market value. The organization has over 200 donation sites nationwide and is expanding its partnerships to help serve the growing need.

To donate food and supplies, find the nearest location by visiting www.petsofthehomeless.org/donation-sites. For information on how to become a donation site or to contribute, contact Feeding Pets of the Homeless at (775) 841-7463 or visit www.petsofthehomeless.org.

About Feeding Pets of the Homeless
Feeding Pets of the Homeless is the first nationwide organization to foster the human-animal bond and the healing power of companion pets, which is very important in the lives of many homeless people, who find solace, protection and companionship through their pets and care for their pets on limited resources so they themselves have less. Nationally, Feeding Pets of the Homeless feeds and provides basic emergency veterinary care to their pets and thus relieve the anguish and anxiety of the homeless who cannot provide for their pets. For more information, please visit www.petsofthehomeless.org.

Renee Plain
In Plain Sight Marketing for Feeding Pets of the Homeless
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Artifex AI Provides Ability to Interact with A.I. to Create Next-Gen Collectible Art

DETROIT, MI, USA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Artifex AI Provides Ability to Interact with A.I. to Create Next-Gen Collectible Art

Detroit, MI, August 7, 2020 –Artifex AI has launched a web-based experience (artifex.mindbuilderai.com/art) which allows users to interact with powerful A.I. algorithms trained to produce beautiful, new abstract artwork in real-time. Users can create an unlimited number of pieces which will never be created again and purchase their favorite on a 1-of-1 canvas. The artistic style has been carefully curated by Founder and Creative Director, Ian Rowan, to create a bridge between human creativity and future technologies.

The idea for Artifex began as Ian Rowan, CEO of MindBuilder AI, planned to use his love for art, and over two years of research into creative A.I. algorithms, GANs, to create a process for expressing his favorite genres through A.I. He would create a gallery or exhibit where visitors view digital canvases with continuously generated art by A.I. This means that as the images in the gallery changed, only the visitors looking at a specific piece would ever have the opportunity to see and purchase this piece by A.I. one time, creating a truly 1-of-1 collectible. Given the global circumstances of COVID-19, the concept of a physical gallery lost its possibility. This meant the next best opportunity would be to bring this experience online. Artifex was developed as a web application to let anyone in the world create as many A.I. generated pieces as they desire. Each piece is unique and generated seconds after the click or tap of “Create”. Users populate a gallery under their user profile with their favorite pieces to hold on to those which they found meaning in. When users have found a piece they believe should be brought to life, users can purchase a limited, hand signed 1-of-1 canvas along with other options in a given season.

Rowan is passionate that experiences, like Artifex, are important resources for society to interact with A.I. in a relatable, tangible form: “A.I. is becoming a prevalent term, though many still don’t have a way to interact with its technologies. By bridging the gap between technology and art, Artifex can provide one of the most tangible ways for the public to interact with A.I.” Rowan also hopes to express the power humans hold in the entire process of creating art with Artificial Intelligence: “I believe it’s important to note that although different, this art is as human as any other form. I’ve carefully curated the training pieces based on a desired style, the AI community has created these algorithms for artistic purposes, and the users have the ability to bring any piece they find beautiful into the world. Human creativity is important at each of these steps and accomplishes what A.I. cannot on its own, creating a next-gen, collaborative experience.” Rowan went on to explain that he hopes that each user can feel that they are just as important to the creative process of Artifex as anyone else.

Artifex aims to provide an exciting collectible experience through its A.I. on Canvas purchase options. Each quarter of the year, or season, new styles are added to the A.I. influencing what users create on each click. As users find pieces they love, they can bring them into the world through 3 options:

24” x 24” 1-of-1 Canvases provide the most exclusive experience and one of the most unique art collecting opportunities. When the user decides on a piece, which is already unique given their eyes have been the only to see it, Artifex will produce the canvas print in house. The canvas will be signed on the back frame by Rowan and Artifex, including an individual number and season. The user will also receive a High-Resolution file of their image with full rights. 1-of-1s are provided in limited stock each season to provide a collectible experience. Artifex also provides 24” x 24” canvases (reprint-able) and 8” x 8” photo prints, affordable options in unlimited quantities. Each option includes the same High-Resolution printing and is fulfilled by 3rd party canvas print suppliers. Altogether, at the end of the season, Artifex users will have curated a collection or capsule of art that embodies the human creativity in unison with the A.I.

The current season embodies abstract art, per Rowan’s curation. He left a closing comment on the curation and creation of this season: “I love abstract art because each person sees something different, thus creating something in the art even when they aren’t the painter. The cool part with art by A.I. is that even the painter [A.I.] hasn’t assigned meaning yet, so the creation process is afforded to the person who brings a generated piece into the world!”

Artifex is live now creating unlimited, new beautiful pieces. Artifex also curates an Instagram Gallery every day and looks forward to the community joining them in this experience.

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Artifex
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PC Gaming Peripheral Market 2020 Global Industry – Leading Players, Market Volume, Trends, Opportunities & Foresight2026

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WiseGuyRerports.com Presents “Global PC Gaming Peripheral Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024” New Document to

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —
The PC Gaming Peripheral report provides an estimated valuation and analysis on a regional as well as a global level. A detailed research on the performance of the various market dynamics and its impact on the overall landscape in the present and future are explored in detail. The trends, opportunities, restraints, and drivers too have been analyzed to assist readers with their decision-making insights. Customer insights and their validity is assessed through surveys, polls, and interviews. For that thorough understanding and assessing the opportunities and trends of the PC Gaming Peripheral market better, the market report has been split categorically into multiple segments, which also comprise the regional segmentation. The competitive analysis of players in the industry and their strategies in sustaining their position are explained with penetrating depth.

Method of Research

Multiple primary & secondary sources have been used in this study. The study has been carried out as per the parameters of the Porter’s Five Forces. Along with this, the top-down and bottom-up methods and SWOT analysis have been used. On the one hand, top-down methods have been used for assessing the market numbers for every product category, while on the other, the bottom-up method has been used for counter validating the market estimations. The leading players’ company profiles too are provided with different research methods like breakdowns, splits, and market shares to provide precise market size estimation.

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Key Players

Razer
Logitech G (ASTRO)
Turtle Beach
Corsair
Sennheiser
Plantronics
SteelSeries
Mad Catz
ROCCAT
QPAD
Thrustmaster
HyperX
Tt eSPORTS
Cooler Master
ZOWIE
Sharkoon
Trust

Regional Analysis

The PC Gaming Peripheral market by region has been geographically categorized into these five regions- Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (MEA),North America, and the Asia Pacific (APAC). A thorough research and detailed study has been performed to develop the market report. Several factors have been considered, such as the technological, social, economic, political, and environmental which can shape the market scenario. It provides a profile of the notable manufacturers, segment-wise indicators including global and regional, the revenue and volume for each region, key challenges, and opportunities.

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Market Segment by Type, covers
Headsets
Mice
Keyboards
Surfaces
Controllers

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into
Distribution Channels
Third-Party Retail Channels
Direct Channels

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Table Of Content:

1 Market Overview
2 Company Profiles
3 Market Competition, by Players
4 Market Size by Regions
5 North America Revenue by Countries
6 Europe Revenue by Countries
7 Asia-Pacific Revenue by Countries
8 South America Revenue by Countries
9 Middle East & Africa Revenue by Countries
10 Market Size Segment by Type
11 Global Market Segment by Application
12 Global Market Size Forecast (2021-2025)
13 Research Findings and Conclusion
14 Appendix

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Outstanding single-owner collection of American Brilliant Cut Glass will be sold September 11th & 12th by Woody Auction

American Brilliant Cut Glass serving tray with an elaborate sterling rim marked Gorham, with a well-cut design of vesica, hobstar, block and mitre motif.

Finely engraved ABCG liquor decanter, 9 ½ inches tall, in a wheat pattern with matching embossed sterling flip lid with wheat motif and a heart-shaped locket. The sterling is marked Theodore B. Starr.

ABCG pedestal ewer, with reticulated sterling silver foot with embossed spout, handle and flip lid by Theodore Starr Co., 14 inches tall, engraved with a fern design, star diamond and fan highlights.

Brilliant Period Cut Glass two-handled, green cut to clear loving cup, 6 ¾ inches tall, with an engraved floral and rococo design attributed to Stevens & Williams.

22-inch-tall ABCG trumpet vase having three sections of hobstar, strawberry diamond, vesica, zipper and fan motif and a large spiral-cut knob stem, plus a huge 8 ½ inch diameter scalloped hobstar foot.

Sold will be ewers, decanters, vases, cups, trays and more. Nearly 650 lots will come up for bid, live and online, with priceless beauties throughout both days

The William Buschling collection is sure to catch the attention of collectors worldwide. Bill's collection features an exceptional array of glass, with a special emphasis on sterling adorned pieces.”

— Jason Woody

DOUGLASS, KS, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Woody Auction will present the outstanding American Brilliant Cut Glass collection of William Buschling from Kansas City, Missouri in a two-day auction slated for Friday and Saturday, September 11th and 12th. The sale will be held in Woody Auction’s Auction Hall at 130 East Third Street in Douglass and online, beginning at 5 pm Central time on Friday and 9 am on Saturday.

“The William Buschling collection is sure to catch the attention of American Brilliant Cut Glass collectors worldwide,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “Bill's collection features an exceptional array of quality glass, with a special emphasis on sterling adorned pieces. There are ewers, decanters, vases and more – nearly 650 lots will come up for bid, with priceless beauties throughout both days.”

Mr. Woody added, “We’re beyond proud to offer this collection to the public. Just as Bill had purchased many of his pieces, this collection is being offered to the highest bidder without reserve. And, as always at Woody Auction, there are no buyer’s premiums for those in attendance, when paying with cash or check.” All lots can be previewed at the Auction Hall on Friday, September 11th, from 1-5 pm Central.

Following are just a handful of the expected top lots in the auction. Most are fine examples of American Brilliant Cut Glass (ABCG) from the collection of William Buschling.

Certain to get paddles wagging are a Brilliant Period Cut Glass two-handled, green cut to clear loving cup, 6 ¾ inches tall, with an engraved floral and rococo design attributed to Stevens & Williams; and an ABCG pedestal ewer, with reticulated sterling silver foot with embossed spout, handle and flip lid by Theodore Starr Co., 14 inches tall, engraved with a fern design, star diamond and fan highlights.

Beautiful ABCG vases will feature a 22-inch-tall trumpet vase having three sections of hobstar, strawberry diamond, vesica, zipper and fan motif and a large spiral-cut knob stem, plus a huge 8 ½ inch diameter scalloped hobstar foot; and a 16 ½-inch-tall vase in the Othello pattern by Clark, boasting a step cut neck, pattern cut rim and a hobstar base. Both are fine examples that would display nicely.

ABCG trays will include an ice cream tray with fish tail design, 16 ½ inches by 9 ½ inches, featuring a fantastic cutting of hobstar, vesica, nailhead diamond and star and fan motif, plus beautiful blank, as pictured in ABCG for the Discriminating Collector (page 192); and an ABCG serving tray with an elaborate sterling rim marked Gorham, with a well-cut design of vesica, hobstar, block and mitre motif.

Tankards and decanters will feature an ABCG Champagne tankard, 14 inches tall, with stag handle, Gorham sterling collar and fittings, a prism and bullseye body with hobstar base and stirrer; and a finely engraved ABCG liquor decanter, 9 ½ inches tall, in a wheat pattern with matching embossed sterling flip lid with wheat motif and a heart-shaped locket. The sterling is marked Theodore B. Starr.

People can register and bid online now, at www.liveauctioneers.com/woody-auction-llc. Bidders are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in advance. As already mentioned, there is no buyer’s premium for bidders who attend in person and pay by cash or check. Online bidders will be charged a 20 percent buyer’s premium (or, they can pay by cash or check for a 5 percent discount).

Absentee bids will be accepted, with a written statement indicating the amount of the bid. The deadline to submit an absentee bid is 12 noon Wednesday, September 9th. Absentee bids may be submitted by fax at 316-746-2145, or e-mail at info@woodyauction.com. Absentee bidders will be charged a 15 percent buyer's premium (or, they can pay by cash or check for a 5 percent discount).

Phone bidding will be available for lots with a low estimate of $500 or greater (low estimates are found on LiveAuctioneers). Email your phone bid list to info@woodyauction.com by 12 o’clock noon on Wednesday, September 9th and please include your name, full address, a primary phone number and a backup/secondary phone number. You will receive a phone call to confirm receipt of your phone bids.

For lodging, there are three hotels in the area: The Comfort Inn, in Augusta, KS (316-260-3006); the Holiday Inn Express, in Andover, KS (316-733-8833); and the Hampton Inn, in Derby, KS (316-425-7900). All are within a 15-20-minute drive from the Woody Auction facility. Woody Auction will conduct regular auction events in the Douglass location and occasionally at other venues across the country.

Woody Auction’s spacious, 5,000-square-foot showroom is located at 130 East Third Street in Douglass – south and east of Wichita, not far from I-35 and Hwy. 54/Kellogg Road.

Woody Auction has more live auctions lined up for the balance of 2020, some of which are tentative at this time. All will be held online and in the Douglass Auction Hall. They are as follows:

• September 26, 2020 – Art Glass Auction (9:30 am Central time)
• October 10, 2020 – Antique Auction (9:30 am Central time)
• October 24, 2020 – Antique Auction (9:30 am Central time)
• November 14, 2020 – American & Brilliant Period Cut Glass Auction (9:30 am Central time)
• December 5, 2020 – Antique Auction (9:30 am Central time)

Woody Auction is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or collection, please call (316) 747-2694; or, you can e-mail them, at info@woodyauction.com. To learn more about Woody Auction and the September 11th and 12th auction of the William Buschling collection of American Brilliant Cut Glass, please visit www.woodyauction.com. Updates posted often.

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Jason Woody
Woody Auction
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Foodgroup Technologies, Inc, – A Company Connecting Restaurants And Diners Before The Meal Is Served

Foodgroup Technologies, Inc

Foodgroup Technologies, Inc

Foodgroup Technologies, Inc, – A Company Connecting Restaurants And Diners Before The Meal Is Served

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Foodgroup Technologies, Inc, a company connecting restaurants and diners before the meal is served, announced it’s taking restaurant cash infusion further with gift cards and contactless transactions. When diners are presented with the check, they open the digital gift card, enter the amount to redeem and swipe to confirm. Diners show the restaurant that credits are being redeemed on Foodgroup.

• The first gift card purchase that diners make will receive a $20 bonus
• The restaurant will receive $120 if the diner makes a $100 purchase on Foodgroup
• Diners gift to friends for special occasions and earn 5x points for every $1

“The restaurant industry has been one of the most hit by the pandemic. There have been many solutions to help restaurants stay afloat. Many people have rushed to buy gift cards giving the industry a cash infusion. Foodgroup is taking it further,” said Serge Amouzou, Foodgroup’s CEO and founder. “We’ve created a way to purchase gift cards and digital redemptions, enabling contactless transactions”

Foodgroup is taking it even further. The first gift card purchase that diners make will receive a $20 bonus. The restaurant will receive $120 if the diner makes a $100 purchase on Foodgroup.

In addition, diners are able to gift to friends for special occasions, enabling more revenue sources for restaurants.

For every gift card purchased and redeemed at a restaurant, diners will earn 5x points for every $1. Foodgroup is working on some exceptional concepts for diners to turn points (called Foodgroup Coins on their profile) into currencies to redeem with our partners nationwide.

“Earning Foodgroup Coins now is the start to the journey for diners,” said Amouzou.

Purchasing gift cards, gifting to friends, digital redemptions, and contactless transactions are all available on the Foodgroup app now.

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About Foodgroup Technologies, Inc
Foodgroup Technologies, Inc (Foodgroup) is connecting restaurants and diners before the meal is served. Foodgroup is the first interactive space for restaurants and diners – helping restaurants connect to diners in a fun, trendy experience, helping diners discover their next favorite restaurant. Foodgroup is helping the restaurant industry bounce back. For more information, visit us at www.foodgroup.com.

Serge Amouzou
Foodgroup Technologies, Inc
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Sunny Bay Introduces New Neck Wrap in Cotton to Provide Hotter Therapeutic Pain Relief

Sunny Bay Cotton Heating Wraps

Sunny Bay Cotton Heating Wraps

Natural cotton materials protect skin, retain heat longer, and are easy to clean

FEDERAL WAY, WA, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — FEDERAL WAY, Wash., June 29, 2020 — Sunny Bay, a trusted manufacturer and retailer of effective pain relief wraps and pads, today announced the introduction of its newest microwavable wrap composed of natural cotton materials for hot or cold neck pain relief. The product’s launch comes trailing strong customer demand for a wrap that could provide hotter therapeutic relief than the company’s top selling fleece wraps.

Designers focused primarily on comfort, durability, and functionality along with its signature style. To meet the company’s stringent requirements, its new cotton neck heating pads have been composed of thick stretchable cotton fabric for optimal ergonomics and benefits. While both the company’s fleece and cotton wraps protect the user’s skin, natural cotton materials deliver hotter therapeutic benefits for individuals with less skin sensitivity.

Measuring 7 inches by 26 inches, the wrap’s large coverage area, currently unmatched by any portable neck heating wrap on the market, can extend to some of the hardest to reach areas across the neck, shoulders, and back, ideally suitable for those with larger body frames. Wraps are also reusable and easy to clean, with chambers filled with flax seed to enable flexibility while ensuring the filling stays put and does not shift. A built-in strap can also secure the wrap around the neck for hands-free pain relief. All Sunny Bay wraps are made in the U.S.A.

“At Sunny Bay, we’re always looking to address customer demand and feedback. That’s why we’re thrilled to finally launch a hotter alternative to our top selling fleece wraps,” stated Sam Wright, CEO of Sunny Bay. “Preliminary customer response has been outstanding, with reviewers praising product quality, style, and durability along with its effectiveness in relaxing sore muscles and joints.” To learn more about the company’s new cotton therapeutic wrap, visit sunny-bay.com.

About Sunny Bay

Washington-based Sunny Bay is a manufacturer and retailer of high-quality, effective pain relief products. The company's best-selling neck wraps and heating pads are meticulously designed for optimal comfort. Each neck wrap, pad, and travel pillow is handcrafted with care in the United States. Using premium Washington lavender buds, the company's Lavender Collection elevates comfort with naturally soothing aromatic relief.

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Contact: Sam Wright, CEO
Sunny Bay
253.678.1361
info@sunshine-pillows.com
www.sunny-bay.com

Sam Wright
BioMed DB Design LLC
+1 253-678-1361
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