Loudoun County's online auction is selling off surplus county-owned items and runs through 9:30 a.m. July 13, and while many of the items are fairly mundane, some of the lot is quite eclectic.
Loudoun County’s online auction is selling off surplus county-owned items and runs through 9:30 a.m. July 13, and while many of the items are fairly mundane (office supplies, computer equipment), some of the lot is quite eclectic.
One of the auction items is a Clifford the Big Red Dog costume, complete with paws, feet and head. The county has had the dog costume since at least 2008, when it helped promote the Loudoun County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program with photo-ops for kids.
There is also a 12-inch pizza pan (current bid is $1), and a number of vehicles — including a 2011 Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor for $157.50 — most of which are salvaged or wrecked and not running — a pair of Under Armor X Level Series Shoes ($1.00), exercise equipment, and a Radio Flyer Tricycle ($5.50).
There are also lots of office chairs, filing cabinets, desks, monitors, cameras and tools among the hundreds of items included in the current auction.