[Video] Model this sound system for a silent auction

Gyms are notorious for being difficult venues for audio. But if you’re counting on high revenue from your silent auction, you’ll need a good sound system to help you promote. Here’s how one group set it up.
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[VIDEO] Silent auction layout when using mobile bidding

Sometimes I’m asked if one needs to have displays if using mobile bidding in your silent auction. The answer is “Yes.” And here’s a video showing that.
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Wine silent auction idea: Sommeliers drive bigger bids

I’ll be working a wine auction later this month in Texas and thought I’d share a wine silent auction idea I witnessed at another event. If you’ve got a lot of wine in your auction, why not have a sommelier onsite to educate guests and  “talk up” your packages? At a school auction earlier this« Continue Reading »

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Part 3: The raging debate on silent auction bid numbers versus names

This is a 3-part blog post, explaining why benefit auctions should identify guests with bid numbers instead of names. The first post looked at the benefits of using numbers in a Fund a Need. The second post examined the use of numbers in the live auction. Today we’ll turn to the silent auction. +++++++++++++++++ Why« Continue Reading »

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Part 3: The raging debate on silent auction bid numbers versus names

This is a 3-part blog post, explaining why benefit auctions should identify guests with bid numbers instead of names. The first post looked at the benefits of using numbers in a Fund a Need. The second post examined the use of numbers in the live auction. Today we’ll turn to the silent auction. +++++++++++++++++ Why« Continue Reading »

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