Savvy shoppers, penny pinchers and bargain hunters beware. The City of Warner Robins may have just the deal for you.
The surplus auction kicks off Saturday morning, and you will want to come with your wallet in hand.
City employees open the gates at the city barn at 9 a.m. Saturday morning for folks to get a sneek peak of what's for sale.
You'll find something of everything, from power tools and toys to electronics, clothing and jewelry.
If you're in the market for traffic lights, signal boxes or metal signs, there is a stock of those, too.
All of it comes from city surplus and items confiscated by police.
Procurement Manager for the city Kim DeMoonie says they will sell until it's all gone.
She said, "It's a good day for everybody. They all seem to be happy. Some of them get aggrivated when other people bid against them, when they really want something. Overall, it's a very good event."
Again, the surplus auction is this Saturday at 100 Bay Street. You can view a list of items on the city's website.
Gates open at 9 a.m. for folks to check out the items. The live auction starts at 10 a.m. with cars being sold first.
Bring cash or a local check.
Call 478-929-1930 for more information.
The money goes into city's general fund or to purchase equipment for the police department.