Mission

Lemon Liquidators exists to provide liquidation services, resources and support to the retail industry through: comprehensive planning, prompt and clear communication, efficient processes, and responsive management while cultivating relationships built on trust and integrity. Responsibly managing pre-owned fixtures, material handling and equipment adds sustainability to the environment and provides emerging markets with an affordable alternative to buying new.

Leadership

Richleigh Lemon

rlemon@lemonliquidators.com

Richleigh Lemon created Lemon Liquidators bringing a track record of 30 years experience in sales and operations. Having successfully led the sales and liquidation efforts of The Fixture Connection, he now provides leadership, inspiration, recruits and oversees this rapidly expanding venture. He has personally liquidated numerous retail stores, restaurants, hospitals and other business on a national basis. Richleigh has owned a construction company and was involved in real estate sales in Ohio and Colorado. Mr. Lemon attended Ohio University and is a US Army veteran. He is active in his church and community.

Charlie A. Lemon

clemon@lemonliquidators.com

Charlie Lemon has almost forty years of fixture, retail and related business experience.  He founded The Fixture Connection in 1994, following 8 years with Consolidated Stores (Big Lots) in Columbus, Ohio where he was part of the real estate department and supervised the fixture warehouse where he was in charge of purchasing new and used store fixtures. Prior to this, Mr. Lemon was a real estate broker and operated a retail lumber business in Cambridge, Ohio. Charlie conceived and pioneered the creation of the Fixture Network, a net work of independent fixture dealers across the nation. Charlie has built a solid reputation for his honesty and integrity in the retail fixture industry. He actively participates in his community and church, serving as a Presbyterian Lay Minister, and Stephens’s minister. Mr. Lemon holds a BS degree in Accounting from The University of Cincinnati and is a Coast Guard veteran.

Values

The Values of an organization are shared beliefs among its stakeholders. Values drive an organizations ways of working in carrying out these actions:

Relationships

We believe the quality of relationships we cultivate directly impacts the success of our business and influences the overall enjoyment of life. We build lasting and productive relationships through trust and loyalty.

Culture

Living in an atmosphere of honor and respect brings out the greatness in people and encourages the freedom to be creative and resourceful.

Empowerment

There is no better cause than investing in those we interact with. Bestowing encouragement, believing the best and creating opportunity for others to succeed is our greatest reward and highest goal.

Compassion

If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion. We seek opportunities to practice kindness and show generosity.

Sustainability

Doing our part to responsibly manage the resources entrusted to us and leaving the world a better place.