SUNDAY NIGHT SHRIMP BOIL AT TYBEE ISLAND HISTORIC GUARD HOUSE
The summer conference ended with Sunday night with a low country boil and fellowship with plenty to eat. The evening meal fit right in with the atmosphere on Georgia’s Coastal Island at Tybee’s historic guard house. Special thanks to GAA’s Executive Chef Drew Dixon for sharing his culinary gifts and to Rowell Auctions for donating the grub! After dinner several members were recognized, new board members were announced, and we all had lots of fun with our annual raffle…
THE ART OF THE DEAL
Long timer Auctioneers Lynn Dempsey and John Dixon agree that it is better to share in the profits. The annual reverse draw came down to two tickets and these pros understand is it better to go home with something than go home with nothing. These veterans have been face with difficult decisions in the past but at this years summers conference it was a easy decision to eat fresh Georgia Shrimp, network and tell old war stories about auctions past. It was a good time for all.