Giant Public Sale at the Former University Medical Center at Princeton

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Centurion Service Group will be hosting a two-day public sale to liquidate thousands of non-medical items from the former University Medical Center at Princeton.

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“We have thousands of items for sale at prices that are really low," said Erik Tivin, CEO, Centurion Service Group, LLC.

A two-day public sale is scheduled to liquidate thousands of non-medical items from the former University Medical Center at Princeton. The hospital relocated to a new facility, University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro in May of this year. Everything must go, including furniture, file cabinets, office chairs, recliners, sleeper sofas, computers, laser printers, kitchen equipment, refrigerators, ice machines, freezers, artwork and much more!

The sale will be held on Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th at the former University Medical Center at Princeton site located at 253 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ. Sale hours are Saturday 8am-4pm and Sunday 9am-3pm. Items will be sold cash and carry only and must be removed at the time of payment.

Centurion Service Group, LLC, the world’s largest medical equipment auction house, on behalf of the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, will be hosting this two-day sale. “We have thousands of items for sale at prices that are really low. Our object is to clean out the building, not to maximize profit, so bring a big truck and your wallet, because it’s cash and carry and we don’t hold the merchandise,” said Erik Tivin, CEO, Centurion Service Group, LLC.

About Centurion Service Group, LLC
Centurion Service Group, LLC is the largest medical equipment auction house in the world, with locations in Chicago, Las Vegas and London UK. Centurion Service Group, LLC works with hospitals, health systems, surgery centers, radiology centers, and other medical facilities to sell their surplus medical equipment and other assets.

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