SOURCE: Auction Floor, Inc.

August 19, 2008 09:00 ET

Auction Floor Announces Full Integration With to Promote Live Auctions Business

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - August 19, 2008) - Auction Floor, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AFLO) (FRANKFURT: ZUI), a leading web-based technology provider to the auction industry, today announced that it has entered into a services agreement with, a fast-growing online auction site operating on the Internet. The Company, through its Auction Manager system, will enable a growing number of auctioneers and online sellers to rapidly upload their item listings for viewing on the website, while powering with the technology to introduce live auction bidding across its platform for online sellers and traditional auctioneers. ( features over 16 million items listed, making it one of the world's largest marketplaces for online auctions. "In the aftermath of the decision by eBay to withdraw from the live auction market segment (, is positioned to offer a terrific alternative at lower cost for both online sellers and traditional auctioneers," said CEO Chris Fain.

"The opportunity for Auction Floor to integrate its trading platform with will enable our network of sellers to reach an active and growing audience of buyers. has a highly experienced team in auction e-commerce, web marketing and a well timed value proposition for buyers and sellers," noted Lou Sagar, CEO of Auction Floor.

The Company's AuctionManager, a proprietary auction management software solution, enables auction houses, consignors, and sellers to centralize their management for auction events from a single platform. The Company is marketing its network and product offering through multi-channel promotions, including print and web-based advertising. Please visit the Company's website at


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