Delaware County Goes Online with

Delaware County, PA recently signed up for auction services to sell their surplus and no longer needed equipment, which will increase their non-tax revenues.

Pottstown, PA, February 08, 2010 --( Delaware County has selected (, a web-based auction platform developed specifically for government entities to sell their surplus and no longer needed items. Delaware County joins approximately 200 other Pennsylvania government entities that have already adopted the municibid auction platform. is specifically designed to enable governmental entities to increase non-tax revenue by providing them the ability to sell surplus, vehicles, heavy equipment, etc, more effectively by utilizing the Internet, which exposes their items to a much larger audience bringing more bidders to their items.

"This service will allow us to sell many more items than we were able to before," Tom Mahoney, Director of Central Purchasing for The County of Delaware, said of "The low fixed fee allows us to know our costs ahead of time, and consequently incease our non-tax revenues"

municibid charges a flat fee for a one-year membership that allows members to sell an unlimited number of items, with no additional commissions or listing fees, there is also no buyer's premium. The flat fee allows the government entity to know their costs while keeping all of the proceeds from the sale of the item.

Bidders can register free of charge at the municibid website

Press Contact: Greg Berry, Founder/CEO, : 800.531.6074 x703,

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