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Looking for a new computer monitor? Sports Authority can help you out.
The Englewood-based retailer, which filed for bankruptcy protection in March, closed its headquarters in May and is in the process of liquidating 460 stores.
Next on the chopping block are office supplies and equipment at the home office. The company did what anyone does when they’re trying to clear out their stuff — listed it on Craigslist.
Need a 17-inch LCD computer screen? Only $20. Go up to 21 1/2-inches and you’re looking at $35.
It’s not just computer monitors. An ice maker, laptops, office desk sets and a frosted glass conference table ($12,500) all are up for grabs. Other highlights include an extensive collection of sports memorabilia, a foosball table and an outdoor ping pong table.
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale
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Sports Authority headquarters liquidation sale

Find all the computers, stackable chairs and the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer by searching Sports Authority in the for sale section of Craigslist.
Ron May, president of Ron The Liquidator, is tasked with selling everything before Sports Authority is out by the end of the month.
“Oh, it’ll all go,” May said. “It’s just a matter of the price.”
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