Marketing Manager Kimberly Lieberman is just as passionate about assisting our buyers through the auction process as she is about learning new marketing strategies. To find out why Kimberly loves doing what she does, continue reading!
Below is a guide to assist you with all of your auction questions. The Centurion staff is here to assist you throughout the auction process including before, during and after an auction.
Monday, two of Centurion's employees delivered plates, bowls, cups, silverware sets, toothbrushes, cotton swabs, toothpaste, lotion, laundry detergent, dish detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, soap, blankets, pillows, sheet sets, towels, and more on behalf of the Centurion Foundation to the Primo Center for Women and Children.
Being a new buyer may seem foreign and unfamiliar but we are here to guide you through our process. Here at Centurion Service Group we like to make participating in our auctions as easy and user-friendly as possible.
Centurion Service Group is the world's largest medical auction house. Please use this blog post as a reference for learning and understanding the difference between our various types of auctions.
Centurion Service Group will be hosting a two-day public sale this weekend to liquidate hundreds of non-medical items from the Fallbrook Hospital.
Whether it's your first time bidding at an auction or you're a long time customer, the resources in this blog post will assist you during different steps of the auction process.
The most frequent questions we receive are on how to register for the auction. With our auctions being online it may seem difficult, but it doesn't have to be! Here are a few simple steps to help you register, get to bidding, and (hopefully) win on auction day.
Centurion Service Group is conducting a public sale of items from Stamford Hospital in Connecticut. To learn more about this public sale, continue reading!