July, 2007

Largest Oilfield Equipment Auction Scheduled

Largest Oilfield Equipment Auction Scheduled

NISKU ENTREPRENEURS FORM ALLIANCE WITH ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST AUCTIONEERS. MEGA OIL INDUSTRY AUCTION TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 2007 ROB REEVES and CLARENCE SHIELDS, two prominent Alberta entrepreneurs, have formed a new alliance with the mega auctioneering company, KRUSE ENERGY AND EQUIPMENT, LLC of Odessa, Texas. Their first event will be one of Alberta’s […]

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Century Group BroadcastBid.com Radio Auction Program Climbs to Over 100 Radio Stations and Networks Nationwide

Century Group BroadcastBid.com Radio Auction Program Climbs to Over 100 Radio Stations and Networks Nationwide

Century Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CEYG) announced today that it is ahead of plan with over 160 individual radio stations signing agreements to use BroadcastBid.com’s online auction and advertising platform. The sign-up rate is now seeing more than one new station every business day become a new BroadcastBid.com user. The success of the marketing program is […]

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LOST BORDERS VALLEY SCENE BY TOM SCOTT TO SELL AT BONHAMS IN EDINBURGH

LOST BORDERS VALLEY SCENE BY TOM SCOTT TO SELL AT BONHAMS IN EDINBURGH

A stunning scene of a Scottish Borders valley that no longer exists will be sold at Bonhams’ annual Scottish Sale in Edinburgh between 22 – 24 August 2007. Tom Scott’s ‘A Yarrow Pastoral,’ painted in 1900, is expected to fetch £6,000 – 8,000. The picturesque sweep of the River Yarrow valley captured by Scott will […]

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CARNOUSTIE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL MAKES almost £40,000 AT BONHAMS

CARNOUSTIE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL MAKES almost £40,000 AT BONHAMS

A rare gold medal, won by the great British golfer Sir Henry Cotton at the 1937 Open Golf Championship in Carnoustie sold for £39,600 today (13 July 2007) at Bonhams in Edinburgh. Medals of this kind are rarely seen at auction, and it is particularly timely that this one should be sold as the Open […]

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