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No reserve auction items announced for Outdoor expo

26 August 2013

Fantastic no reserve auction items announced for country’s leading Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor expo

Organisers have confirmed an exciting the line up for the no reserve auctions at the country’s leading Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor expo, the Covi Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor SuperShow on in Auckland from 20th to the 22nd September at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane.

Spot On Exhibitions General Manager David Culpan said he was very pleased with the offerings for this year’s no reserve auctions, and that there was a wide range of products.

“The no reserve auctions are a great place to grab some outstanding bargains,” he said. “We have had some very good support from industry suppliers and think there are items of interest for everybody.”

Item’s being auctioned include a Webasto Diesel- Fuelled, Blown Air, Ductable Heater, from Camec that retails for $2,345.00, a KarakaSat Wind up Satellite Dish and Sky box from Karaka Motorhomes worth $1,290, a Takacat Sport Portable Inflatable Catamaran valued at $1290, a Brewcraft Air Still Combo – with a retail price tag of $299 and a Thetford Cassette Toilet from Lewis Gray that usually sells for $800.

The popular auctions take place at 11.30am and 2.30pm on each day of the Covi SuperShow.

Now in its fourth year, the Covi SuperShow attracts thousands of visitors keen to find out about the latest products and innovations, meet with the industry’s experts and enjoy a taster of what the exciting lifestyle offers.

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