All items are well cared for and in great condition. All lots start at $1 with no reserves. This presents a great opportunity for many nurseries affected by the recent bad weather to get some great deals on replacement inventory. - Steve Tokita
HONOLULU (PRWEB) October 31, 2018
Caring Transitions of Honolulu has announced a special online auction offering thousands of bargains at a well-known Hawaii Kai Nursery. This online-only auction features the final clearance of a three-acre Hawaii Kai nursery, and includes thousands of plants and a warehouse full of hundreds of nursery inventory items.
Besides thousands of plants and pots, there are company vehicles, infrastructure and other structures, a 40-foot cargo container and many other deals for local nurseries, landscape companies, shopping centers, hotels, the bargain-hunter, backyard gardener, landscape enthusiasts and others.
“All items are well cared for and in great condition. All lots start at $1 with no reserves,” said Steve Tokita, President and Owner of Caring Transitions of Honolulu, who is holding the online auction. “This presents a great opportunity for many nurseries affected by the recent bad weather to get some great deals on replacement inventory.”
There will be a special scheduled viewing event on this sale for one day only on Saturday, November 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with limited access based on the size of the crowd. Only assigned groups will be escorted through the property. Please email cthonolulu(at)gmail.com for more information and to schedule a viewing.
Bidding is available online only at CTBids.com and is now underway. It’s free to register on the site with a valid phone number and email address. Deadline for accepting bids is Sunday, November 11, at 9 p.m. Main pickup of items is on Tuesday, November 13, and Wednesday, November 14, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. each day.
Bidders are cautioned to pay attention to each posting as lots, including infrastructure and structures, will have specific one-off details for scheduling for deconstruction and removal.
For more information about Caring Transitions of Honolulu, visit http://www.caringtransitionshonolulu.com/.