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Auction Time – Circleville Auctioneer Prepares for Exciting Tool Sale


CIRCLEVILLE – With another round of amazing items, a local auctioneer is gearing up for their upcoming sale next week, offering a plethora of items from household goods to handyman tools, all available to the highest bidder.

Last Month, the company received a truckload of merchandise from Lowes, ensuring all items were thoroughly tested and checked for completeness before hitting the auction floors. The auction, set for May 25th at 1211 North Court Street in Circleville, promises a variety of exciting items. Doors open at 5 p.m. for preview, with the auction commencing at 6 p.m. Heres a incomplete list of items offered to the highest bidder.

A wide range of tools and home improvement items including a table miter saw, large tile wet saw, chainsaw, weedeaters, leaf blowers, sprayers, paint sprayers, drill and impact set with battery, charger, and bag, air nail gun, shop vac, power washer, drain auger, mower, tripod, cable pullers, bottle jack, sump/utility/condensate pumps, sawhorse, trailer jack, kitchen and bathroom sinks, vanities, faucets, Harbor Breeze ceiling fans, Allen + Roth lighting, phone-compatible door locks, programmable thermostats, garden hose reels, garden hose, outdoor chairs with cushions, outdoor patio table, throw blankets, sheet sets, closet adjustable shelving units, a large selection of blinds, and electric, home, garden, and tool box lots are available. A lot more items are still being added daily, come check us out Saturday the 25th

Brad Parrett, a father of two and grandfather of 13, along with his wife Kristina Parrett, have dedicated decades to serving their community. Brad brings 24 years of service, including roles as a Deputy Sheriff in Ross County, State Police Officer, and Federal Police Officer at the Chillicothe VA, while Kristina boasts 16 years of work in EMS in Ross County. Both exemplify a commitment to public service and community engagement.

Brad, the fourth generation to live and farm his family’s farm in Pickaway County, and Kristina, who operates an Airbnb called Scippo Creek Farm Airbnb, are no strangers to hard work and community involvement. Kristina also partners with her daughter to run an online boutique, showcasing their dedication to entrepreneurship.

To bring their vision to life, Brad and Kristina have partnered with Daniel DeGarmo, also known as Double D, who operates two auction houses in Chillicothe and Washington Court House. With Daniel’s expertise and their shared passion for community engagement, Brad and Kristina aim to create an inclusive and vibrant space where locals can come together, interact, and find unique treasures.