GAA had our Winter Conference this weekend during which we had our Community Fun Auction at Veterans State Park in Cordele, GA.  Myers Jackson, GAA President, donated several signed prints that each of Georgia’s Big Peach Classic bid calling contestants sold during the public auction. It was announced before each of the offerings that the proceeds from the sale, from each print, would benefit the NAA Auxiliary and he shared a little information about the organization, mission and encouraged GAA Members and guest present to join, support and get involved with the National Auctioneers Association & Auxiliary. On behalf of GAA, Myers thanked those who are members of NAA Auxiliary, including Angela Johnson, for her contributions.  The prints sold are named “Unsung Heros” by Joan C. Mangold and are a classic depiction of a 1920’s era auction. Aside from the automobiles in the picture it may look like many public auctions still popular today. The image whimsically captures the energy of auction day, in a multi-ring auction which spreads beyond the confines of the yellow and white striped auction tent. GAA is proud to support the NAA Auxiliary and we’ve included some information below on how to become a member or contact the group for additional information.

How To Join NAA Auxiliary 

Information about the NAA Auxiliary is available on their website at or you can contact them by phone at 816-873-0239. Annual dues are approximately $25 and membership applications are available online. This is a well established organization and has been providing services to the NAA and it’s members for 60 years. Any person who has reached the age of 18 shall be entitled to join the Auxiliary upon recommendation of a member of the National Auctioneers Association or a member of the Auxiliary to the National Auctioneers Association in good standing.  Please visit the NAA Auxiliary website, contact them or visit their booth at NAA’s Annual Conference to get current information on membership, dues and requirements to join!

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