As­sets of two restau­rants a big draw­card with World Cup near

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - AUCTIONS -

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.

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