The holiday edition of, "The Original Radio Auction," Bids for Bargains, returns to KHMO and KICK-AM starting just after 8 a.m. Tuesday, November 9.

As always, it will feature goods and services from area businesses, and you will have the opportunity to place your best bid.

And, once again, when the on-air auction is not taking place, you can go to Bids4Bargains.com, purchase items that already have a high bid, and pay for all your purchases.

Once you've done that, you can pick up your items at our studios in Quincy or Hannibal.

But wait, there's more. KHMO has had a partnership with the United Way of the Mark Twain area for many years. In the past, we have hosted a fundraising auction for the United Way. This year, the United Way will have their own items in our auction, most notably cases and cases of Progresso Soup.

The phone numbers to call to place your bids remain the same: 573-221-5488, 221-5489, 248-7805, 217-223-9048, 242-4391 or 800-322-1950.

Some of the items that will be up for bid:

Applebee’s - $25 gift certificate
Armadillon Audio – Remote car starter, winter weather buster bundle, 8 speaker ATV/UTV soundbar, $25 gift certificate
Back 2 Health Chiropractic - $50 gift certificate
Badger Cheese Haus – Christmas Cheese Gift Bag
Biggins Iron – 245 lb. Case Iron Weight Set
BK’s Place - $20 gift certificate
Breadeaux Pizza – Cheese breaksticks, large one topping pizza, large one topping square pizza, sub sandwich w/bag of chips
Country Butcher Shop - $25 gift certificate
Due Amici’s Pizzeria - $25 gift certificate
Eagle Outfitters – Mossberg 500 shotgun customized for home protection/tactical
Flowers 4 You - $25 gift certificate
Hannibal YMCA – 6 month household membership
Java Jive - $10 gift certificate
Kim’s Custom Lash Extensions – One set of custom lashes & 4 fills
Kustom Kuts – Adult or kid haircut, one month unlimited tanning
LNK Fitness – One month membership, three month membership
Mark Twain Cave – Cameron Cave certificate, Mark Twain Cave certificate, 2 night camping stay at Mark Twain Cave Campgrounds
Mark Twain Dinette - $25 gift certificate
Midwest Health Solutions – One gallon hand sanitizer, iClean mini, 2 oz. hand sanitizer, 7.5 oz. hand sanitizer
Papa Murphy’s Pizza - $25 gift certificate
Prairie’s Edge Garden Center - $25 gift certificate
Primo’s Pizza – large 3 topping pizza
Quincy Family YMCA – 3 month family membership
R&R Golf - $50 gift certificate
Refreshment Services Pepsi – 24-pack cube cards
Riverside BBQ & Grill - $10 gift certificate, $25 gift certificate, $50 gift certificate
Rustic Oak - $20 gift certificate
Scottie’s Fun Spot - $20 gift card
Silver Anchor Diner - $20 gift certificate
Squirrley’s Thrift Shop - $25 gift certificate
Sweetwater Distillery - $20 gift certificate
The Venue – Event for 40 people
VCA Advance Animal Hospital – Dog vaccination package, cat vaccination package
VIP Cinemas - $20 gift certificate
Wayne BBQ - $10 gift certificate
Wellman Florist - $20 gift certificate
Wilco – Jack breakfast, large taco salad, large Wilson, large biscuits & gravy, tenderloin sandwich, car wash

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