Auction professionals will descend upon the newly renovated Hotel Hot Springs for the annual conference & show on Friday, February 1st through Sunday, February 3rd.

Auctioneers & Auction Professionals throughout Arkansas & surrounding states are anticipating the 2019 conference of the Arkansas Auctioneers Association (AAA). Attendees will fill their weekend with unparalleled access to high-level auction industry education, trade show, networking and several competitions. The highlight of the conference will be the many auctioneers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and beyond that will compete for the title of 2019 Arkansas Bid Calling Champion.

“Speakers will include the current National Auctioneers Association President and 2 International Auctioneer Champions.” – Shannon Hunter, President of the Association.

The Preliminary competitions will begin on Friday and the finals will conclude with awards on Saturday evening at the President's Banquet. The champion will be awarded a cash prize, trophy and belt buckle – but most importantly, will earn the opportunity to represent Arkansas in the National Auctioneers Association Bid Calling Championship during the International Conference and Show set for July 9-13 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The conference will come to its conclusion on Sunday, February 3rd at Oaklawn Racing and Gaming with the running of the Arkansas Auctioneer Classic.

About the Arkansas Auctioneers Association
The Arkansas Auctioneers Association (AAA), founded in 1970, represents hundreds of Auctioneers from Arkansas and numerous other states. The mission of the Arkansas Auctioneers Association is to promote the auction method of marketing and enhances the professionalism of its practitioners. The Association offers leadership, support, critical information and assistance to members through various committees and services, and lobbies to protect and enhance auction interests in the State. Members in good standing in the Arkansas Auctioneers Association abide by Arkansas auction law, AAA By-Laws and a professional Code of Ethics written by the National Auctioneers Association.

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