Apparent Auction Screwup Over Lehman Brothers Sign
WORD NETWORK CEO SAYS CHRISTIE'S AUCTION HOUSE ALLEGEDLY AWARDS SIGN TO WRONG
DETROIT, Sept. 17, 2013
DETROIT, Sept. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Kevin Adell, CEO and Founder of The
WORD Network, the largest African American Religious Network in the world, had
placed a maximum bid of $20,000 into today's Christie's Auction of failed
investment Bank, Lehman Brothers Sign. The sign had hung formerly at the
London Offices of the embattled firm. Somehow, an apparentscrewup on the part
of Christie's Auction House resulted in the sign being sold for only £7500
which equals $10,000 American Dollars. A representative of Mr. Adell's has
tried to resolve the matter with Christie's but to no avail.
The Wall Street Journal did a major storyon the impending sale of the sign
this past weekend. "I do not give up easy and I am demanding the sign be
justifiably awarded to me," stated CEO Adell.
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SOURCE The WORD Network
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