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NEWS RELEASE · 23rd March 2010
Ministry of Citizens' Services
Articles ranging from prop canoes used in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games closing ceremony to commercial kitchen equipment are now on sale at BC Auction. Cash and carry sales for items used at the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games begin Saturday, March 27 at 9:00 a.m.

Items that will be available for purchase include computers, televisions, furniture, tools, electronics, kitchen appliances, linens, general supplies and consumables.

The sale is being managed by Asset Investment Recovery, a division of the Ministry of Citizens' Services.

Sale items listed online on BC Auction at www.bcauction.ca can be found under the Vancouver 2010 Assets category.

Beginning March 27, cash and carry sales will run daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the VANOC Main Distribution Centre at 7530 Hopcott Road, Delta. There is no parking on site - road-side parking is available only.

All cash and carry items must be paid for and removed at the time of purchase. Payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, debit and cash.
Right on Steve
Comment by J Ippel on 25th March 2010
You have it figured out. There is no benefit for anyone outside of the lower mainland. I am sure you have heard of the saying: "There is no hope beyond Hope." We fit into that category. We don't get the benefits, but are expected to pay the bill.
How many Olympic tourists have you seen rushing to our area and spend their hard earned Euros, Yen, Pounds, etc, and the list goes on.
The venues in the lower mainland made sure they sucked the tourists dry so there was nothing left over for us, except paying the bills.
better still
Comment by Steve on 23rd March 2010
what happened to "legacy" gifts? Didn thte community that hosted the BC GAmes used to get something out of it as far as infrastructure? od does that only happen in the "604"?
What happened to:
Comment by Dave Brocklebank on 23rd March 2010
What happened to VISA's monopoly on the Olympics?
How do those of us (small businesses especially) get there to do "cash and carry" to benefit from what we all paid for??