Message: Dear Tim and Shelley,
In this day and age, its hard to find people that you can trust and respect. As a retired Veteran, I firmly believe in the America of yesterday, when a handshake meant something and your word was as good as gold. I have been to many of Speedy's Auctions when he was here in Ozark, MO and he treated everyone's merchandise as if it was his own. After I retired from the military I began buying Antiques as a hobby and I liked it so much I started to sell some. Then one day I was overwhelmed with the amount of stuff/junk/antiques I had accumulated. I called Speedy's Auction Service. I had so much stuff I could no longer manage it anymore. We in the business joke that we are one box away from being a hoarder, but in my case I was several boxes past that point.
Tim and Shelley came to my booths and started loading. I got rid of the stuff that had been sitting on for years. Knowing myself, I thought I was going to have a panic attack, but I didn't. To my surprise I was at ease with it, I just packed it up and let it go, I felt great. It was out of my life, and I told Tim "you are like my Therapist", I feel relieved. I don't have to look at this junk anymore.
So, the weekend came where my stuff was going to be sold, I was nervous, because I know what I paid for everything... "what was it going to bring at auction?" I did not question what Tim and Shelley would do for me, I knew they would do they best they could. I was hoping for a couple of hundred dollars and they exceeded my expectations by three fold, I don't know how, but they did. I was very pleased with their service and I would highly recommend them to anyone in a situation like mine. I am using Speedy's Auction Service again next month, just to prove my story, I would rather sell it with them, then to hold onto it.
One last thing I have always said the hardest working woman in the Ozark, is Shelley, Tim is lucky to have someone with that stamina.
Thank You for everything,
Rob Orion Crue