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Live Liquor Auction November 1, 2012
Submitted by BJR on October 4, 2012 - 11:27
The Washington State Liquor Control Board will host a live auction Nov. 1, 2012, to dispose of its remaining inventory. At least 130 lots will be available for purchase including exclusive lots of: high-value products, pints, and minis.
Welcome to the Washington Liquor Control Board's (LCB) live liquor auction site.
On November 1, the WSLCB will be disposing the last of its remaining liquor inventory --130 lots worth. A private auction firm will auction a variety of lots -- from high-value lots to pints and mini-bottles.
Catalog and FAQs
To view the inventory catalog click here.
To view the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) click here.
|Date:||10:00a.m. November 1, 2012|
|Location:||WSLCB Distribution Center, 4401 East Marginal Way Seattle|
|Bidders:||Any Spirits Retailer, Spirits Distributor and/or Spirits/Beer/Wine Restaurant licensee age 21 or older and in good financial standing with the WSLCB.|
|Bid Deposit:||Must have a $5,000 cashier’s check for bid deposit on hand the day of the auction|
Must have a $5,000 cashier’s check for bid deposit on hand the day of the auction
To participate in the auction you must meet certain requirements:
- Licensed Entity. Prospective bidders must be a licensed Spirits Retailer, Spirits Distributor, and/or Spirits/Beer/Wine Restaurant licensee who is currently in good financial standing with the Liquor Control Board. Temporary Pre-approval Permit (TPP) holders may also participate.
- Current License. Provide a copy of their license or TPP on the day of the auction for verification.
- Valid ID. Provide valid identification that you are at least 21 years of age. The auction is being held in our machinery laden, and still functioning, distribution center, so to keep our liability to a minimum access will be restricted to adults. Since the auction will be taking place on the “factory floor,” we encourage participants to dress appropriately.
- Cashier’s Check. Lastly you’ll need to bring a $5,000 cashier’s check to serve as your bid deposit; we will not be accepting cash or credit card.