|Posted on October 1, 2020 at 9:25 AM|
It's Throw Back Thursday ... The Auction ... time to re-invent! As many of you know my Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff and Museum has been going strong for Four Years however, with all the Covid restrictions and limit to travel, it has been very slow over the past 8 months. Just like in the music business, one needs to re-invent themselves every so often to stay fresh and new. With the help of Ya-Jagoff Podcast and Rohrich Automotive we have been able to re-invent some entertainment like our Comedy to Go shows, held in our parking lot to help promote comedians and give our friends a venue to get out and socialize while still practicing social distancing restrictions. This coming Saturday we will try to present some music when our good friends Hermie Granati and Harry Levicky strike up some fun entertainment with their Dueling Pianos ... showtime will be 7:00 PM in our parking lot. Tickets are still available at jagoff.com. The problem I am still faced with is the lack of foot traffic for my Ginchy Stuff store and the amount of people that can be inside due to Pennsylvania restrictions during the covid ongoing quarantine for business. I have always wanted to do an auction with limited guests in my store but at this time cannot ... so, we are trying something different tonight ... a live auction on facebook! I have a huge collection of memorabilia and collectibles that are not in my store and have decided to part with some of them. Since many still can't come out we thought we would bring some fun items to you. Tonight at 7:00 PM you can take part in a collectibles auction via facebook live by tuning into my Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff Facebook page. I will be auctioning off some fun and unique personal collectibles. Since this is our first time doing this it should be a lot of fun and it helps me keep my store and museum up and running. Depending on time and participation we have at least 6 items and possibly more. I hope you can join in tonight! Till tomorrow, stay safe, stay healthy, help a neighbor when you can ... and, GOD Bless!