Orlando, FL – January 25, 2011
– On behalf of the NBA's Orlando Magic and the City of
Orlando, Heritage Global Partners will conduct a public auction
of the contents of the old Amway Arena on Saturday, February 12
at 10 a.m. The auction will be staged via live webcast at
www.hgpauction.com and on location at Amway Arena.
"The auction of this 375,000-square-foot venue will give fans a
one-of-a-kind opportunity to own a part of sports history from
the Orlando Magic's old stomping ground," said David Weiss, VP
of Heritage Global Partners.
Amway Arena will be open on Friday, February 11, from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. for a public preview of thousands of sports memorabilia
items, which will be available for auction on February 12,
including the scoreboard, lockers, autographed photographs and
During the auction, the general public will also be able to
purchase items such as restaurant equipment, concession stands,
nightclub furnishings, flat screen televisions and electronics
and official game jerseys from players like Bo Outlaw and
Patrick Ewing. In addition, many items from inside the Magic’s
locker room will be available for auction, such as framed and
laminated photos, Orlando Magic player lockers, a white
dry-erase board with the statistics from the 2010 NBA Playoffs,
locker room carpet flooring, exercise equipment from the
training area and much more.
At a later date, Heritage Global Partners will hold an auction
to sell the infrastructure equipment used to support the sports
and entertainment arena, such as air compressors, concert
lighting equipment, security cameras, phone systems and more.
Led by auction industry pioneers Ross and Kirk Dove, Heritage
Global Partners, is an asset advisory and auction services firm,
which assists large and small companies with buying and selling
of assets. Heritage Global Partners offers asset brokerage,
asset inspection, asset valuations, industrial equipment and
real estate auctions, as well as enterprise auctions combining
tangible and intangible assets.
The Orlando Magic officially moved to the newly built Amway
Center in October, 2010.
The public auction is being held at the old Amway Arena, located
at 600 West Amelia Street, in downtown Orlando, Fla. A portion
of the proceeds from the sale will benefit the Orlando Magic
Youth Foundation. All items will be sold as is, where is, no
warranties expressed or implied. For more information, please
City of Orlando: Heather Allebaugh, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Orlando Magic: Melanie Curtsinger, email@example.com,
Freedman Communications: Stephanie Freedman, firstname.lastname@example.org,