Sherry Truhlar, Benefit auctioneer at Red Apple Auctions Edit Name
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As "The Authority on Benefit Auctions," Red Apple Auctions' founder Sherry Truhlar has been covered in dozens of national and state publications, been featured on two cable network shows, and has served as a witty auctioneer in nearly every state.
The company, which she started from scratch in 2005, focuses exclusively on helping volunteers and part-time auction planners learn the strategies and psychology behind planning more profitable benefit auctions.
You can take advantage of free tools on her website, plus learn about her terrific teleclasses, webinars, workshops, and private consulting.
It's time to get your auction results without guessing. Learn more at www.RedAppleAuctions.com.
Mobile Bidding at Fundraising Auctions: The 101 on what it is, whether it works, and how to best leverage it
Wed, Sep 07, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
It goes by many names: electronic bidding, text bidding, or text pledging. In the last 10 years, this technology has been heavily marketed to benefit auction planners.
Vendors promise to transform your auctions by raising more money,... (continued)
Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Auction planners: How do you get guests to bid more in your silent auction?
(I'm re-running this popular webinar to give you the scoop!)
When you’ve gone to the effort of soliciting donors, creating displays, and arranging volunteers for checkout,... (continued)
Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Auction planners: How do you get guests to bid more in your silent auction? (I'm re-running this uber-popular webinar to give you the scoop!)
Let's face it: When you’ve gone to the effort of soliciting donors, creating displays, and arranging... (continued)
Every other week, I write an article and share it with my newsletter (or "e-zine") subscribers. My newsletter is called "Benefit Auction Ideas," and it gets rave reviews! On more than one occasion, an Auction Planner will tell me they like to save each issue, and re-read each one when it's time to plan their auction.
I just finished up "What Sold Supreme in 2013." It features the top 100 items that I sold for OVER their value in auctions around the country, last year. It's a super resource for procurement. Grab your copy at the link.