Jeff ‘The Liquidator’ Auctions Donated Items to Support Memorial Ribbon Society

Jeff Schwarz, the owner of Direct Liquidation and Direct Auctions, has committed to a year-long initiative to support the Memorial Ribbon Society of Canada. Throughout 2024, he will be auctioning off donated items, with the proceeds going to the non-profit organization that assists the families of fallen police and peace officers.

The first auction kicks off this Saturday, March 23, featuring a range of donated items from Schwarz’s partners. Among the lots up for grabs are a Moes sectional sofa, a signed Gordie Howe Team Canada jersey, a Bradley Original Smoker, a 36-volt electric bike, and five comprehensive mini auto detailing packages valued at $1,500.

‘Successful bidders of each item can not only enjoy their newfound treasure but can know that their purchase is going to support families and children of our fallen honourable law enforcement,’ said Schwarz, also known as ‘The Liquidator’. ‘Plus, participating in online auctions is fun. Things can get pretty crazy, and I love engaging with bidders live online.’

Schwarz, who has been in the buying and selling business for over 25 years, believes in ‘bringing buyers and sellers together with everyone winning’. His TV show, ‘The Liquidator’, which ran for five seasons in over 160 countries, showcased his talent for procuring and selling quality goods.

The Memorial Ribbon Society auction is open for registration, and bidders can participate online or set a maximum bid if they cannot attend the live event. Throughout the year, Direct Auctions will continue to add donated lots to raise funds for the worthy cause.

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