JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — It’s the end of the line for Country Coach, the troubled RV maker who struggled to remain open until a bankruptcy judge finally ordered the firm’s liquidation.
Everything that isn’t bolted down at Country Coach plant will be auctioned today and Friday, with proceeds going to satisfy creditors of the bankrupt RV manufacturer, the Register-Guard reported.
Even the contents of former CEO Jay Howard’s office – including his business books, desk and three safes – are up for bid, the paper reported. It’s a sobering end for the once high-flying Country Coach, which at its peak employed about 2,000 Lane County area residents.
Rob Beal, with Commercial Industrial Auctioneers told the paper his firm expects 335 bidders in person and another 150 to participate online as more than 1,600 lots are sold.
Beal wouldn’t hazard a guess at what the auction will yield. Conceivably, a single bidder could submit a bid for everything with an eye toward restarting the business or starting a new company, the Register-Guard reported.
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