Brands & Labels Concerns? We Got That Covered!
Probably about half of the Seafood Claims we sell, for and on behalf of our clients, require that we remove any and all marks that would let the general public know where the products came from. When that is a condition of sale we are well equipped to respond with an answer that will satisfy […]Continue reading
Huge Discounts at our Appliance “Pop-Up Store” Sale, December 8th
Save the Date! On Saturday December 8th we will be holding our first ever Pop-Up Store sale at our Marblehead Warehouse location! This sale will include high-end Kitchen Appliances; Cooktops, Wall Ovens, Wine Coolers & Beverage Centers, Refrigerators, Range Hoods and more. Brands include Viking, Miele, Bosch, Perlick, Dacor, GE and Sub-Zero to name a […]Continue reading
Michael A. Mentuck & Associates Launch a New Online Salvage Outlet!
September 13, 2018 We are happy to announce the launch of our new online store! The store represents a unique opportunity for YOU to browse salvage items that are currently available in our Marblehead Massachusetts warehouse, and to buy items at a (very) deep discount. The site is the Mentuck & Associates Salvage Outlet Store. […]Continue reading
Great “Project Boat” Opportunity
We currently have to offer, a 1977 Pearson 30 Sloop, SANIBEL. The boat is located at Manchester Marine, Manchester-By-The-Sea, Massachusetts, and can be seen by appointment. Clean Title & Bill of Sale. Read a little about the boat at Pearson 30 Used Boat Review and at Pearson 30. Email Doug Mentuck (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information! (PS. […]Continue reading
The Fancy Dress Grab Bag is Here!
We have an inventory of over 800 Brand New Gowns and Fancy Dresses to liquidate, and we have a problem… An insurance company has asked us to sell this lot of over 800 new dresses and gowns from a small bridal shop; Bridesmaid Dresses Mother-of-the-Bride Dresses Prom Dresses Formal Gowns Cocktail Dresses “No problem” […]Continue reading
Mentuck & Associates on NPR’s All Things Considered
Aaron Schachter, an Executive Producer at WGBH in Boston, recently heard about a truckload of cheese that had rolled over on the Southeast Expressway, and was curious about what happened to the cheese. He tracked down the assigned salvor, Mike Mentuck, for an interview, and put together a report for Robert Siegel’s All Things Considered. Click […]Continue reading