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Crossroads is your one-stop shop to sell, offering consignment on your high-end designer items, with payouts up to 70% in cash. If you have an item you would prefer to consign versus sell outright, just ask!




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If you have a vehicle you are looking to sell in Des Moines, we'll buy it at our Audi dealership. We make the experience of selling your vehicle convenient, allowing you to save time and effort over doing it yourself in a private sale, and you can get started online by getting your vehicle's current value, then stopping in to see us!


At Audi Des Moines, we make selling your vehicle to us a simple process that only takes a few steps. To start, use our trade-in appraisal tool which is powered by Kelley Blue Book to provide you with a trusted and accurate estimated price range. This helps you and our team get a better idea of your vehicle. It takes basic vehicle information such as make, model year, mileage, color, trim levels, and other additional features and the overall condition.


Once that is submitted and you get your estimated price range, you can set up a time for us to verify and do an in-person approval. This takes about 30 minutes and once we've completed it, we will offer you a buying price within that price range. Then, it's up to you if you'd like to accept. The process is a courtesy and you're under no obligation to buy anything from us or sell to us.


At our Des Moines dealership, we'd be happy to provide you with more information on how to sell to us. We can discuss your options and help you every step of the way. If a vehicle here catches your eye and you'd like to use your current vehicle as a trade, we can do that as well, utilizing the same process. Contact us to begin soon!


Your local Device Pitstop store sells certified pre-owned brands of tech devices like laptops, tablets, smartphones. We also pay cash-on-the-spot for your used devices. Plus, our Pit Crew offers quick repairs and upgrades, for less.


The Brass Exchange is a trusted resource where you can buy, sell & trade used trombones and other brass instruments. We stock S.E. Shires trombones, new and pre-owned and are happy to custom fit you with the optimal instrument.


Trombones at The Brass Exchange is our focus. We are a trusted resource where you can shop for trombones, new models, vintage, pre-owned, and used. We accept trade-in's of used instruments. We can help you upgrade or to simply add another great instrument to your line-up. If there is a certain type of instrument you are looking for like Bach, Conn, King, Edwards, Shires, Greenhoe, Herb Bruce Custom, we can help you. We also stock trombone cases from Marco Magi, Cronkhite, Torpedo, and other small accessories, mutes, stands, and lubricants.


Trombones are the main event here at The Brass Exchange. If you have wondered what is the value of my used trombone and you have a trombone for sale we can help. The Brass Exchange is where to sell a used trombone. All of the used trombones and trumpets for sale on our website are here and in-stock, unless it has a sold label on the web page. Looking for a new trombone, slightly used recent make, or vintage classic? We may be able to help you. Have an trombone to trade-in towards something esle? Give us a call or contact by email info@thebrass-exchange.com


The Brass Exchange is your trusted resource where you can buy, sell & trade used trombones and other brass instruments. We stock S.E. Shires trombones, new and pre-owned and are happy to custom fit you with the optimal instrument. Other accessories like cases, gig bags, mutes, metronomes, tuners, mouthpieces, instrument stands, and lubricants can be found under the Shop tab. We do our best to ship your orders quickly and at the lowest cost. If you are looking for an instrument and would like to trade-in one or more that you currently own, call us today and we will guide you through the process. We ship used trombones worldwide, please contact us by phone or email for international shipping quotes, or any other questions you may have. Thanks for visiting our website. We hope that your experience here is positive.


Just got back with my killer Conn 62HI. Great horn! Doug and I played duets for about an hour while I tinkered with lead pipes. Always a great time going to St Louis. Also a trip to Sugarfire for some world class brisket. Doug is a true professional in his approach to selling horns. Highly recommended!


"Doug is an excellent trombone player and musician who has acquired encyclopedic knowledge of brass instrument history, specifications and playing characteristics. Add to this a unique talent for matching buyers and sellers and you understand the business model of The Brass Exchange. He has sold five of my trombones and I have purchased two from him so far.. Doug is smart, honest and great fun to talk to on the phone. I window shop his website regularly. In the market to buy, sell or trade a horn? Check with Doug first. "


I am a returning trombonist. After 23 years in the U.S. Navy Band, I barely played the trombone for the next 10 years. When I decided I was ready to resume playing, I realized how much I had forgotten. Somewhere on Trombone Chat, I read about Doug Bert and Brass Exchange and decided to contact him. I am very glad that I did! Doug spent quite a bit of time with me discussing what my playing goals are, giving me great advice, and helping me pick out a vintage trombone that would suit my needs. He was incredibly patient and also offered my an overly fair price on a trade-in trombone.Thanks to Doug's caring and expertise, I am now playing an incredible vintage Conn 78H. It is very rare to find someone who provides the level of customer service that Doug provided to me. If you are looking for a horn, call Doug!


Hello Doug, The check arrived today for my father in law's two trombones. Thank you very much for you service in selling these instruments. It is greatly appreciated. We will be using your shop again in the future for the trombone he is currently still


The Iowa Disability Equipment Swap is a resource for you to buy, sell, & trade your accessible and medical supplies and equipment. Please keep your items disability specific, items that aid those with disabilities. The intention of this page is to help connect our members to buy, sell, trade useful items that are helpful and pertain to individuals with disabilities (specifically spinal injury/disease/disorder). Examples are, but not limited to: grab bars, assistive technology, used ramp vehicles, bathroom equipment, adapted cooking utensils, ramps, and so on.


You'd be wrong to think that just because your old Toyota has a lot of miles on it necessarily means it's lost all its value. Save money on your new Toyota purchase and skip the difficulty of trying to sell your old vehicle with official trade-in programs at your neighborhood Toyota dealerships.


The winners will be announced and recognized during the Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Stores of Iowa Annual Meeting in Des Moines on Jan. 9, 2018. The Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa (PMCI) is a non-profit state trade association serving the needs of independent petroleum marketers and convenience store owners throughout the state of Iowa.


There were two firms of both which a certain B. F. Murphy was a member; the one was at Des Moines, and consisted of this B. F. Murphy and a certain Allen. This firm was under the title of Murphy & Allen. The other was at Chicago, and consisted of this same B. F. Murphy and one Miles Murphy. This firm was under the title of Miles Murphy & Co. The former was engaged in the business of packing pork; the latter in that of buying and selling the "hog product" on commission.


Moines firm. Allen however, still remained solvent. In this state of facts, Killinger alleging that Allen was a member of the Chicago firm, and responsible for their acts, or, if he was not, that the firm of Murphy & Allen at Des Moines, undertook, not only to slaughter and pack his hogs, but to sell them at Chicago, and account to him for the proceeds, now sued B. F. Murphy & Allen as partners in trade, alleging, that he delivered to them at Des Moines, the hogs, which they agreed to slaughter and pack at that place, and forward to Chicago, and sell, on his account, and to pay to him the proceeds of the sale. To this B. F. Murphy & Allen pleaded separately. In one of his pleas, Allen said that he did not make the said promises, in partnership with said B. F. Murphy, but that, if any such were made, they were made by B. F. Murphy and others, composing the firm of Miles Murphy & Co., of which he was not a member.


DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said drug companies that would benefit from a Pacific trade pact should sell their products to the U.S. government at a discount in her strongest comments yet on an issue that has divided her party.


Clinton said Obama should work with opponents like House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, who led opposition to the trade package. If Obama does not get the best deal possible, "there should be no deal," Clinton said in Des Moines.


The pact is shaping up to be a significant test for Clinton as her party has grown more suspicious of the merits of free trade since her husband, Bill Clinton, signed the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, into law as president in 1993.


The trade package before Congress would give Obama's administration greater authority to negotiate trade deals without interference from lawmakers, who would be limited to an up-or-down vote once the deal was completed.


It also would provide benefits for workers who lost their jobs due to globalization, a provision Clinton and other Democrats support in principle but rejected as part of their strategy to scuttle the wider trade package.


Analyze These Ideas (Tools Will Open In A New Window)1. Access a thorough description of all companies mentioned2. Compare analyst ratings for all stocks mentioned below3. Visualize annual returns for all stocks mentioned1. Cadence Design Systems Inc. (CDNS): Develops electronic design automation software and hardware for customers worldwide. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.04 vs. estimate at 0.03 (surprise of 33.3%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 0.07 vs. estimate at 0.04 (surprise of 75%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.09 vs. estimate at 0.08 (surprise of 12.5%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.12 vs. estimate at 0.1 (surprise of 20%). [Average earnings surprise at 35.2%].Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 55,000 shares, which represents about 0.02% of the company's 266.78M share float. 2. West Bancorp., Inc. (WTBA): Operates as a bank holding company for West Bank that provides community banking and trust services primarily in the Des Moines and Iowa City, and Iowa metropolitan areas. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.17 vs. estimate at 0.12 (surprise of 41.7%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 0.17 vs. estimate at 0.12 (surprise of 41.7%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.19 vs. estimate at 0.14 (surprise of 35.7%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.12 vs. estimate at 0.1 (surprise of 20%). [Average earnings surprise at 34.77%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 3,717 shares, which represents about 0.02% of the company's 16.97M share float. 3. Winmark Corp. (WINA): Operates as a franchisor of four retail store concepts that buy, sell, trade, and consign merchandise. In Dec 2009: Reported EPS at 0.28 vs. estimate at 0.21 (surprise of 33.3%). In Mar 2010: Reported EPS at 0.42 vs. estimate at 0.35 (surprise of 20%). In Jun 2010: Reported EPS at 0.45 vs. estimate at 0.3 (surprise of 50%). In Sep 2010: Reported 0.51 vs. estimate at 0.4 (surprise of 27.5%).[Average earnings surprise at 32.7%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 2,620 shares, which represents about 0.12% of the company's 2.24M share float. 4. Neuralstem, Inc. (CUR): Focuses on the development and commercialization of treatments for central nervous system diseases based on transplanting human neural stem cells and small molecule drugs. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at -0.09 vs. estimate at -0.11 (surprise of 18.2%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at -0.05 vs. estimate at -0.1 (surprise of 50%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at -0.07 vs. estimate at -0.1 (surprise of 30%). In Jun 2011: Reported -0.08 vs. estimate at -0.11 (surprise of 27.3%). [Average earnings surprise at 31.37%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 10,000 shares, which represents about 0.02% of the company's 43.65M share float. 5. Hercules Offshore, Inc. (HERO): Provides shallow-water drilling and marine services to the oil and natural gas exploration and production industry in the U. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at -0.13 vs. estimate at -0.15 (surprise of 13.3%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at -0.03 vs. estimate at -0.11 (surprise of 72.7%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at -0.12 vs. estimate at -0.13 (surprise of 7.7%). In Jun 2011: Reported -0.11 vs. estimate at -0.16 (surprise of 31.2%). [Average earnings surprise at 31.22%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 32,000 shares, which represents about 0.03% of the company's 112.97M share float. 6. Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (LINC): Provides career-oriented post-secondary education services in the United States. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.76 vs. estimate at 0.62 (surprise of 22.6%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 1.2 vs. estimate at 0.89 (surprise of 34.8%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.46 vs. estimate at 0.36 (surprise of 27.8%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.22 vs. estimate at 0.16 (surprise of 37.5%). [Average earnings surprise at 30.67%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 291,384 shares, which represents about 1.37% of the company's 21.23M share float. 7. Dell Inc. (DELL): Provides integrated technology solutions in the information technology (IT) industry worldwide. In Oct 2010: Reported EPS at 0.45 vs. estimate at 0.33 (surprise of 36.4%). In Jan 2011: Reported EPS at 0.53 vs. estimate at 0.37 (surprise of 43.2%). In Apr 2011: Reported EPS at 0.55 vs. estimate at 0.44 (surprise of 25%). In Jul 2011: Reported 0.54 vs. estimate at 0.49 (surprise of 10.2%). [Average earnings surprise at 28.7%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 17,230,709 shares, which represents about 1.11% of the company's 1.55B share float. 8. Webster Financial Corp. (WBS): Operates as the holding company for the Webster Bank that provides various banking and financial products and services in southern New England and eastern New York State. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.22 vs. estimate at 0.17 (surprise of 29.4%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 0.3 vs. estimate at 0.2 (surprise of 50%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.36 vs. estimate at 0.29 (surprise of 24.1%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.36 vs. estimate at 0.35 (surprise of 2.9%). [Average earnings surprise at 26.6%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 2,054,850 shares, which represents about 2.85% of the company's 72.09M share float. 9. National Penn Bancshares Inc. (NPBC): Operates as the bank holding company for National Penn Bank that provides commercial banking products and services to residents and businesses primarily in eastern and central Pennsylvania. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.08 vs. estimate at 0.07 (surprise of 14.3%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 0.1 vs. estimate at 0.07 (surprise of 42.9%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.1 vs. estimate at 0.09 (surprise of 11.1%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.15 vs. estimate at 0.11 (surprise of 36.4%). [Average earnings surprise at 26.17%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 49,777 shares, which represents about 0.05% of the company's 97.96M share float. 10. Carter's, Inc. (CRI): Designs, sources, and markets branded children's wear. In Sep 2010: Reported EPS at 0.83 vs. estimate at 0.74 (surprise of 12.2%). In Dec 2010: Reported EPS at 0.6 vs. estimate at 0.57 (surprise of 5.3%). In Mar 2011: Reported EPS at 0.55 vs. estimate at 0.5 (surprise of 10%). In Jun 2011: Reported 0.23 vs. estimate at 0.13 (surprise of 76.9%). [Average earnings surprise at 26.1%]. Over the last six months, insiders were net buyers of 1,763,600 shares, which represents about 3.61% of the company's 48.80M share float. 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