Register today for the 2016 Auctioneers Association of North Carolina Winter Convention in Greensboro, NC! Attached please find the forms.
In October, Eli and Candace Detweiler attended the North Carolina State Fair where they attended a mock Tobacco Auction. This was the first tobacco auction held at the NC State Fairgrounds in over ten years. Two-time World Champion Tobacco Auctioneer, Sandy Houston, belted his auction cry to a hefty crowd. Lots of tobacco auctioneers, including Ted Stone and Alan Todd, were in attendance.
To see the video visit: https://www.facebook.com/eli.j.detweiler/videos/10153353312368250/
The Auctioneers Association of North Carolina invites all members of the news media to cover the 56th Annual Grand Champion Auction Competition on January 15th, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro, NC.
The event grades auctioneers on chant, rhythm, presence and auction ability. For decades this event has brought bid callers from every corner of North Carolina to compete for the coveted title of top North Carolina auctioneer. Members of the public are invited to attend and bid on the items for sale.
This event promises to have great video and sound opportunities of auctioneer chants and excited bidders. Reporters will also have an opportunity to interview the Grand Champion Auctioneer, and showcase auctioneers from their coverage area in competition. With the number of auction shows on television right now, it is clear the public has a tremendous interest in auctions and the auction industry.
The Auctioneers Association of North Carolina (AANC) represents auctioneers in the Commonwealth of North Carolina States and across the world. Founded in 1960 the mission of the AANC is to promote the auction method of marketing and enhance the professionalism of its members through education and technology. To learn more about auctions in North Carolina, visit www.northcarolinaauctioneers.org.
Info Contact: Elaine Christian, AANC | PO Box 41368 | Raleigh | NC | 27629 | 919-876-0687 | 919-878-7413 fax
Auctions are the most transparent and efficient means of selling your asset, and there is no better way to determine the true market value of your lot. Across the nation, many folks prefer auction for selling their items, but now comes the tricky part: How do you, as a seller, maximize that decision?
If you’re in any business for any amount of time at all, you learn very quickly that hiring only your friends and family isn’t a wise way to go in most situations. That also extends to business references from those same friends and family — whether it comes to choosing a real estate agent, banking and investment advice or, in this case, who you choose to conduct your auction event.