Beginning Wednesday October 24th, PoliceAuctions.com, home of police auctions and government auctions on the web, will be auctioning an autographed Duke Snider baseball bat.
(PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Duke Snider earned his nickname by putting up some tremendous offensive numbers. Snider hit 40 or more home runs in five consecutive seasons. Beginning Wednesday October 24th, PoliceAuctions.com, home of police auctions and government auctions on the web, will be auctioning an autographed Duke Snider baseball bat.
The autographed ball bat being auctioned is a Rawlings Professional Model Big Stick. Snider’s signature is along the barrel of the bat in blue marker. John Spence Authentication has verified the signature.
PoliceAuctions.com will be using their Facebook fan page to promote the auction for the Duke Snider baseball bat. PoliceAuctions.com fans will be able to view photos for the ball and link back to PoliceAuctions.com to bid.
The autographed baseball bat auction will be a one dollar no reserve auction. This means that if the auction for the Duke Snider signed baseball bat ends at only one dollar than the lucky winner would only pay one dollar, plus shipping and any applicable taxes, for the bat.
PoliceAuctions.com offers many services to their members including a searchable listing of police auctions and government auctions. PoliceAuctions.com is known for their one-dollar no reserve auctions. These fast paced auctions offer their users the chance to bid on, and win, items for as little as one dollar. By combining a product selection ranging from name brand jewelry auctions, watch auctions, collectible coin auctions, and sports memorabilia auctions with industry leading customer service, PoliceAuctions.com has earned the loyalty of over 5 million devoted users.
PoliceAuctions.com has made it even easier for customers and fans to connected with them via social media like their Facebook fan page. This exciting and newly launched space informs customers of up coming auction items.