We always put 110% into everything we do
Going Once, Going Twice...
SATURDAY, JUNE 25TH @ 10AM SHARP!
Last Live Auction At This Location - Everything Must Go!
Selling: Vehicles & Miscellaneous
Message from the Family
As you may have already heard, the City of Edmonton annexed the land where we have our auction house, and our last sale here, where we have been located for the last 23 years, will be THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 2022!
This will be a 1 ring auction- we are starting with the vehicles, industrial equipment & RVs, then work our way into the warehouse. We will be liquidating ALL of Gary Hanna Auction’s assets- this includes the forklifts, bleachers, the sound & boosting trucks, the podiums, display cases, air compressors, pressure washers, signage, storage trailers, shop equipment, hand & power tools, computer systems, the telephone & security systems, and office equipment & supplies. The website is now updated with lists and photos, though there might still be more to come because we are still setting up the sale!! So don’t forget viewing on Friday, June 24th from 11:00am to 4:00pm- there is so much stuff here, and everything must be gone by the 30th!
Please stay tuned for updates on where we might be moving, our future auctions, and if you need us we are still available by phone at 780-440-1075.
It’s been a great 23 years here. We have sold so many great items and more importantly, we have met so many great people here. We look forward to serving you in the future! We would really like to thank the Braaksma Family for all their support. As most of you know, we miss Sid terribly, however, Nelly, Annette, Bev, Cheryl and their families have also been great supporters of us over the past 40 years. All we can say is thank you.
Gary Hanna, owner/founder
Hi, my name is Gary Hanna. I was born in 1958 in Oxbow Saskatchewan...
I was 10 years old when I went to my first auction sale—it was Septs Auction Mart in Leduc, Alberta. I certainly enjoyed the burgers! The sound of the auctioneer, Herb, impressed me the most. When I was in the bleachers a cow came into the ring. Herb sold the cow for $100. I turned to my Mom & Dad and asked how did the auctioneer get paid? They explained he got 10% of the selling price. That’s easy math—he made $10 in less than 15 seconds. Well, I knew what I was going to do for the rest of my life!
AUCTION LIQUIDATION APPRAISAL
WHAT WE OFFER
Hear From Our Happy Customers
Charity & community
Non-Profit / Charity Organizations
Gary has been involved with many charity/non-profit organisations over the years. Here is a brief list of some of the auctions for which he has helped raise funds: