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Texas Auction House


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www.texasauctionhouse.com [cached]

Jim Beerstecher (Jim B!) - Our founder.
A creative genius, Jim B is one of those remarkable people who's always looking for a challenge. He's a man of great personal morals, honest, and reliable. Where most people have a resume, Jim B has five different resumes. He's the creative genius behind the specialty marketing of Texas Auction House and he's been active with Internet auctions for eight years! He's a native Texan with a worldwide perspective.


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Testimonial 2 - Submitted by Jim Beerstecher, Founder of the Texas Auction House


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To learn more about joining our team, contact our founder, Jim Beerstecher, at JimB@TexasAuctionHouse.com.


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Jim Beerstecher, administrator for Texas Auction House, pointed out, "The city was preparing to pay thousands of dollars to have the water tower removed. "I simply offered to auction it to the world, figuring somebody out there could use it to a better advantage.Better to sell it and make money, rather than pay money to make it go away."Beerstecher said recently that about 200 people have already visited the web site on eBay, the world's largest Internet auction site.


www.texasauctionhouse.com

Jim Beerstecher, Jim B, is the founder and head honcho of the Texas Auction House.
He developed the multifaceted concept after years of research in sales, marketing, and Internet auctions. He's available to speak to any individual, group, company, mob, or you-name-it, on the subject of Internet auctions. A list of topics he can speak on impromptu include:


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