LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The state of Michigan’s surplus store is holding a special one-day sale.
The event takes place Saturday morning at the store, called MiStore, in Lansing. Carrie Rambo, manager of the state’s surplus program, says in a statement that it’s “a great opportunity for customers to find a wealth of merchandise at great savings.”
In addition to items surrendered at airports, the store offers property seized by police as well as office supplies and furniture that is no longer needed by government agencies. Usual items include computers, clothing, musical instruments, lawn care equipment, jewelry and sporting goods.
Buyers also may use MiBid, an online auction site, to make purchases.
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