PropertyRoom.com to Auction Limited Supply of Authentic 2008 NCAA Players Bench Chairs

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College basketball fans can sit on this…starting May 5th, authentic players bench chairs from the 2008 NCAA Tournament played will be available for as low as $1 each (no reserve) at http://www.PropertyRoom.com. The chairs are expected to sell-out by the end of May.

As a result we have a loyal audience of sports enthusiasts and we are pleased to offer them an opportunity to bid on a piece of March Madness.

College basketball fans can sit on this…starting May 5th, authentic players bench chairs from the 2008 NCAA Tournament played will be available for as low as $1 each (no reserve) at http://www.PropertyRoom.com. The chairs are expected to sell-out by the end of May.

"With our police auctions we get a lot of stolen and seized sports memorabilia," said PJ Bellomo, CEO of PropertyRoom.com. "As a result we have a loyal audience of sports enthusiasts and we are pleased to offer them an opportunity to bid on a piece of March Madness."

Available exclusively at PropertyRoom.com via trusted merchant Always at Market, the chairs will come with certificates of authenticity from Louisiana State University, Bridgeport, Des Moines, Los Angeles, Dayton, Spokane and Houston arenas.

About PropertyRoom.com:
Founded by former police officers, PropertyRoom.com conducts online auctions of seized, unclaimed and surplus goods from law enforcement departments and municipalities. With more than 1,300 agencies contracted nationwide, auctions run the gamut from laptops and tools to watches, jewelry, cars and boats. PropertyRoom.com takes physical possession of merchandise, manages the auction website and then ships to winning bidders. This is all done in a fraud-free environment, with PropertyRoom.com managing the payment process and distributing proceeds back to local communities. See http://www.PropertyRoom.com for more information.

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