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Chase The Chuckwagon

"Less expensive" games aution site reports $45,000 in sales.

Orange County, CA (PR) November 10, 2008 -- Can the Video Gaming Hobby support it s own dedicated auction site? Mike Kennedy, owner of, the net s newest auction sensation thinks so. He says, When we launched in March, the forums were buzzing with news of our launch. Most thought is was a great idea, but at the same time, many thought no one could launch a successful auction site to compete with Ebay in this day and age. Now only eight months later is proving everyone wrong. Mike goes on, With the recent fee increase and policy changes, Ebay has started alienating some of their long-standing sellers. Many have left Ebay and are setting up shop on Just in time for the holiday buying season. In only a short time, has grown to over 1,250 members, hosted over 34,000 auctions and sold over $45,000 in merchandise. Oh, and where did they get that crazy name? Mike explains, We are named after a rare Atari 2600 game that is considered by most to be the first holy grail of video game collecting. What better name for a video game dedicated auction site. Come visit the newest video gaming buying & selling community. With nearly 3,500 auctions running, you are sure to find what you are looking for.

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