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Leash Auction: Ending March 18th 11:59pm [EST]

Our first auction item is a beautiful paracord leash custom made by Tony Cariño.  This handcrafted leash, made from red and orange paracord, is 70 inches long and approximately a half inch thick.
 

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It contains a spring clip, which is overall beefier than the snap clips traditionally used, and perfect for bigger dogs.
 

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This is a silent auction, each bid must be submitted by email to preservation@shikokuclub.org or Facebook message to my personal Facebook account (Beth Bennett).   The latest time to bid is March 18 at 11:59pm(EST).  At the end of each day, I shall announce the name of the highest bidder and possibly the name of the second highest bidder.

The shipping price for this auction item is $5, which is added to the winning bid.

 

Auction Terms and Conditions:

-You must be 18yrs or older to bid without parental consent.

-Each bid must contain the bid amount, the bidder’s first and last name, the “name” to announce should they be the highest bidder, and a means of contacting the bidder should there be a need to do so (such as being the winning bidder).

-After the winner has been announced, I shall contact the winner to determine which payment method they would like to go with.  Payments can be made through PayPal or with a mailed check, and must include an address to ship to.   Payment must be given within a week of the auction closing date.  The item will not ship until payment is made.

-If not satisfied with the item, it can be returned for the winning bid amount.  Refunds will not be given until the item has been received.

-Most importantly, these auctions are meant to be fun and for a good cause, so let’s try to keep it that way.

 

Feel free to contact me or comment on this post if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.  If you would like to donate items for future auctions, feel free to email preservation@shikokuclub.org with what you would like to donate and for instructions on where to send it.




Auction Sneak Peak and Rules

On Monday, March 12th, I shall be posting the first auction.  The first few auction items are  lovely custom paracord leashes made and donated by Tony Cariño:
 
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For now, we will be doing silent auctions, but changes may occur depending on how these auctions go.   Each bid must be submitted by email to preservation@shikokuclub.org or Facebook message to my personal Facebook account (Beth Bennett).  Each auction shall be up for 7 days, with the latest time to bid being 11:59pm(EST) on the 7th day.  Near the end of each auction day, I shall announce the name of the highest bidder and possibly the name of the second highest bidder.

 

Auction Terms and Conditions:

-You must be 18yrs or older to bid without parental consent.

-Each bid must contain the bid amount, the bidder’s first and last name, the “name” to announce should they be the highest bidder, and a means of contacting the bidder should there be a need to do so (such as being the winning bidder).

-After the winner has been announced, I shall contact the winner to determine which payment method they would like to go with.  Payments can be made through PayPal or with a mailed check, and must include an address to ship to.   Payment must be given within a week of the auction closing date.  The item will not ship until payment is made.

-Shipping will be additional, price varying depending on the item auctioned.  Shipping price listed reflects standard 5-7 business day shipment to the US or Canada, please contact me for a shipping price to other countries.

-If not satisfied with the item, it can be returned for the winning bid amount.  Refunds will not be given until the item has been received.

-Most importantly, these auctions are meant to be fun and for a good cause, so let’s try to keep it that way.

 

Feel free to contact me or comment on this post if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.  If you would like to donate items for future auctions, feel free to email preservation@shikokuclub.org with what you would like to donate and for instructions on where to send it.