State Surplus Store Selling Sizzling Seized & Surrendered Goods

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State Surplus store in Lansing. (Credit: State Surplus)

State Surplus store in Lansing. (Credit: State Surplus)

LANSING (WWJ) – Did you know the state had a surplus store?

The state of Michigan sells loads of extra stuff that has been seized by police, surrendered at airports and items that are just no longer needed by the government.

The store, known as MiStore, sells items on location, live auctions and through auctions online.

Maybe you’re thinking of starting a new career as a plow driver … well, you might just be in time to get in on the bidding for the pick-up with plow attached.

The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget is in charge of collecting these items and then making them available to purchase by the public.

Whether you’re looking for cars, computers, electronics, jewelry, even real estate — it’s a veritable wealth of goodies to look over and possibly buy.

You can call (517) 373-9749 or visit online by clicking on here.  Find out Surplus Store hours here.

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