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Welcome to the
South Dakota Auctioneers Association

 
April 2014 Newsletter  Click here

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The 2013-2014 president Bill Eckert (left) presented out going president Dale Nauman (right) of Gettysburg his past president gavel plaque


People' Choice Winners back left 2011 Don Sweeter, 2013 Vernell Qualm, 2012 Jeff Storm,
Front: 2007 Val Luckett, 2009 Ben Meyer, 2008 Dan Clark
Not pictured 2010 John Owen



2013 Fun Auction Peoples Choice award Winner Vernell Qualm

(left) of Platte is presented the award By Jeff Storm 2012 Winner

              

For more information about the South Dakota Auctioneers Association, contact them at (605) 923-4316 
For anyone that has not received a Newsletter an online copy is now available, Please contact me if you have problems and I will send you one.  Also, we are going to be starting work on the next newsletter, so if you would like to advertise in it please let me know, so that we can get you ad in.
Any questions please feel free to contact me at:
(605) 539-9281 phone/fax
or by e-mail:  Dawn Luckett

If you have any Media, Attorney, Client etc... that you think would be interested in Advertising in the next Newsletter please have them Contact me.      Thank you for your interest!!
Dawn Luckett, Acting Executive Secretary for the SDAA

Why the Auction Method?

An auction works because ....

      • competition is stimulated at an auction.
      • the highest price is obtained.
      • you sell when you want to.
      • the auction method is fair because all have an equal chance.
      • auction advertising is effective.
      • at auction, bidders prepare for action.
      • at auction, bidders appreciate using their own judgment.
      • the auction method is a fascinating way to sell.
     "The auction method of selling a piece of property is the only method that can establish a true market value on any item that does not have a price tag attached.
      Any item that is well-advertised and sold at a well-managed auction by a capable auctioneer will bring all that the public is willing to pay for it - and that is all you can get by any other method. Therefore, the auction is the best way to sell anything - as it is sold on the day you set and on your terms."
                                                                             - REP
      • The AUCTION method is recognized as a modern, quick, convenient, and efficient system to sell your property. 
      • When you sell at AUCTION, the spotlight is on your property, giving it individuality above all others at
                 the time of the sale. It is a fascinating way to concentrate attention, interest, desire, energy and ACTION
      • The AUCTION GIVES ALL BUYERS AND EQUAL CHANCE. Bidders appreciate using their own judgment, but are often influenced to pay more when property is appraised by a gathering of several bidders. Being influenced by the judgment of others stimulates competition. One buyer wants what the others want, and the result is the highest possible price for property.
Successful auctions don't just happen! They are planned.


When seeking the services of an auctioneer, we hope you will use this guide to select one.
Every auctioneer listed herein is pledged to ethical responsibility to the buyer, the seller, and the public. 
All of these auctioneers are members in good standing of the
South Dakota Auctioneers Association.

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