Bankruptcy Auction Scheduled for TransContinental Airline

Assets for Trans-Continental Airlines and founder Louis Pearlman will be liquidated during a public auction on Tuesday, June 12, according to Harry Stampler, president of Stampler Auctions, Inc.

Along with Trans-Continental Airlines,

Entrepreneur Louis Pearlman is also known for founding and managing superstar boy bands like the Backstreet Boys, N’Sync and O’Town. Pearlman was featured in a 2002 ABC reality series, “Making the Band.”

The one-day auction will be held on-site at 127 Church Street in Orlando, beginning at 11 a.m., and immediately thereafter at 7075 Kingspointe in Orlando.

Assets at the Church Street Station offices include furniture, computers and loads of music memorabilia. Stampler said, “This short-notice bankruptcy auction presents a great opportunity, whether you are a collector, user or reseller.”

At the Kingspointe warehouse, Stampler Auctions will offer for bids one million compact discs and 80,000 microphones, as well as truckloads of Boeing 727 aircraft parts.

“The chance to buy quality assets at auction is now – June 12th in Orlando,” said Stampler.

For those unable to attend the auction in person, there will be a simultaneous online auction held at www.bidspotter.com. Pre-registration and pre-approval are required in order to bid online.

All terms, inventories, photographs, inspection times and additional information can be found at www.stamplerauctions.com.

Stampler Auctions is a full service auction firm and has conducted auctions in 26 states. Founded in 1960, South Florida has been their headquarters since 1985. For more information contact Harry Stampler at 954.921.8888 or visit www.stamplerauctions.com.

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