Assets of two restaurants a big drawcard with World Cup near
THIS year holds exciting prospects for Cape Town as well as the staff of Western Cape Auctioneers who cut their holiday short to attend to the large demand for good catering auctions. The first will take place on Thursday, January 14, at 11am at WCA’s auction house in Brackenfell, Okavango Park.
Western Cape Auctioneers ended the year with the sale of the assets of 101 restaurants in the Western Cape alone. Two restaurants are already set to go on the auction block on Thursday when the complete assets of BJ restaurant from the airport and a coffee shop in Parow will be auctioned. All equipment is in good condition.
Restaurants are expecting a major increase in customers during the World Cup and existing restaurants are expanding and refurbishing to adapt accordingly.
At Western Cape Auctioneers you can both sell unwanted or refurbished items and buy quality equipment for your new restaurant.
Well known for the past 11 years for conducting weekly catering auctions, Western Cape Auctioneers is fast expanding their business.
Also up for auction on Thursday will be new catering equipment which forms part of a liquidation. It ranges from bakery and butchery to general catering equipment.
Another exciting venture for WCA is their auction academy that reopens on February 15. Students are being trained in the art of becoming an auctioneer. The school reopened because of the large demand and places are filling up quickly for the first course.
For more details or to book a place, contact Stef at Stef@westerncapeauctioneers.co.za.
DOUBLE BUY: Western Cape Auctioneers will auction the complete assets of two restaurants – BJ restaurant at the airport and a coffee shop in Parow – on Thursday. All equipment is in good condition.