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September 3
iSeries webinar
"Working with Nonprofit Boards"
 
September 14-16
Benefit Auction Summit 2014
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Nashville, Tenn.

November 17-18
Women in the Auction Industry
Kansas City, Mo.

December 7-14
Designation Academy
Las Vegas, Nev. 

 

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THANK YOU TO NAA MEMBERS, EXHIBITORS, VOLUNTEERS AND ALL ATTENDEES FOR MAKING LOUISVILLE ONE OF THE BEST CONFERENCE AND SHOW EVENTS
IN HISTORY!

 

St. Jude  donations
St. Jude
 
O.C. Mangold
CAI, AARE, CES; 
and Joani Mangold
CAI, CES, GPPA
($1,000)

 
World Wide College 
of Auctioneering
($5,038.25)
 
Miedema Asset 
Management Group
($265)
 
Skylar Oglesby
($100)
 
Marvin A. Henderson
(9,600) 
 
 
The latest from
Auctioneer magazine ...

2014
NAA/USA TODAY Marketing Competition winners
 

 

We celebrate the top entries from this year's contest    

 

- Full #NAACS14 preview section 

 

- AHA! goes federal

- Auction syndication: Breaking the buyer bubble     

 

 
 
 
In this issue  
NAA news
  
louisville-finals#NAACS14: Louisville's success in numbers       

More than 1,200 people total attended (978 were paid registrations) C&S in Louisville.
No ifs, ands or buts, the 65th Annual International Conference and Show in Louisville was a smash success. 

 

From the week's beginning -- when the Welcome Party at the Kentucky Derby Museum sold out at 900 people (the most since 2002 -- to the end when 978 total registrations were counted (with more than 1,200 attendees overall), every person contributed to turning the 2014 C&S into a positive momentum springboard heading forward.

 

And, as we put the wraps on the spectacle that was Louisville, some numbers from the C&S App, which drew solid if not rave reviews for its layout, usability and fun features:

 

585 active users; 19,979 likes; 2,375 status updates; 1,696 photos posted

 

Thank you to all who used the app and provided feedback throughout the week on ways to make it stronger moving forward as attention now shifts to the 66th Annual Conference and Show next July 14-18 in Addison, Texas!

 

OTHER C&S NOTES:

 

NAA promotional videos: The NAA promotional :30 spot shown at Conference and Show is available for viewing and sharing from the  NAA's YouTube video library! Follow these easy steps to share it and other promotional pieces:

 

1) Visit the NAA YouTube Channel.
2) Select the video you want to share.
3) Click "Share and then "Embed" to get the HTML code.
4) Embed the code into your website or e-marketing pieces.
5) Easily share NAA videos to social media via the "Share" option.
 
Photography: All images from the 2014 Conference and Show should be posted to davideknapp.com by early next week and will be available for purchase. 
 
Thank you to David, who did a wonderful job snapping literally thousands of images throughout the week!

 

                            

 
wilkeyTake part in Terry Wilkey benefit auction
Support NAA member Terry Wilkey's fight against cancer by taking part
in the benefit auction going on now.

NAA member Terry Wilkey, CAI, AARE, of El Paso, Illinois, is battling cancer and Aumann Auctions is holding a benefit auction and other events in support of him. Up for bid are four tickets to see Billy Joel in concert at Wrigley Field on Friday, July 18.
 
All proceeds from the auction benefit Wilkey. The bid price will be matched by Aumann Auctions. 
 
For complete information, including on more events and ways to support Terry on July 20, click the link above.  
                               
hawaiiClass action claims U.S. Bank 'chilled' home auctions 

Did U.S. Bank attempt to undermine the auction method in Hawaii?
 
U.S. Bank manipulated the market to suppress public participation, drive down the price of foreclosed real property at auction and defraud Hawaii homeowners, a class action claims in state court.
 
The 30-page lawsuit is a virtual "how to" manual on unfair foreclosure sales.
 
The lead plaintiff in the case says U.S. Bank "chilled competitive bidding" by changing the location of advertised auctions without publishing a new notice; changed auction dates with such frequency that most sale dates advertised were not the auction dates; changed sale dates unilaterally and without publishing notices of rescheduled actions' new dates and times.
 
Those are just some of the complaints levied against U.S. Bank in the case. 
 
                                                 

gehrigLou Gehrig mitt fetches $287,500 during All-Star week   
All-time New York Yankees great, Lou Gehrig

(from Forbes.com

 

A Lou Gehrig autographed baseball mitt c. 1935 went for $287,500 this past Tuesday as part of the MLB All-Star FanFest in Minneapolis.

 

The glove has additional significance this year as it marks the 75th anniversary of Gehrig's infamous "Luckiest man on the face of the earth" speech, made on July 4, 1939.

                                                  

release-templatesShare your C&S, IAC news with press releases!           


Were you a first-timer at Conference and Show and want people in your local area to know the valuable information and experience you gained? Maybe you're a C&S veteran and want to update your clients on another fantastic week spent enhancing your skill set for their needs.

Or, were you a part of the IAC competition and want people to know you're out there competing with the best auction professionals in the world?

The NAA is once again providing press release templates for you to distribute to your own media lists. Be sure to take full advantage of this easy, free way to share your business and brand!
 

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