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The State of Fairs in a COVID-19 Climate - Live Q&A Webinar - 5.5.2020

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Description

This is a recorded webinar that is no longer live.

The opportunity for county and state fairs to operate as usual in 2020 is narrowing. Do you have a plan B? Hear what other fair board members are considering in this idea sharing webinar. Fairs and auctions many times go hand-in-hand. We'll also discuss how limitations may affect auctioneers.


Contributors

  • Kathy Packard, CAI

    Kathy Packard is co-owner and one of the lead auctioneers of North Central Sales Auctions of Aniwa, Wi. She has over 20 years of experience in the auction industry. She is active in the NAA and WAA state auctioneer?s associations. She is a past 2015 president of the Wisconsin Auctioneers Association. Kathy is graduate of the CAI, Credited Auction Institute class of 2016 and has accomplished her inner personal communications class threw the NAA. She is also the WAA WI. State bid calling champion for 2018. Her passion and expertise in selling personal property ranging from heavy equipment, machinery, benefits and private collections. She is one of many NAA auctioneers that have a very diverse auction business.
    She is active in her community raising large sums of money for various charity's and schools. In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding and whitetail deer hunting with her husband, children and grandchildren. She is a pioneer and voice of the auction industry that enjoys competing, learning and the camaraderie associated with the NAA. Kathy Packard is an auctioneer with integrity and passion who works to promote one of the greatest historic professions The Auction Professional.

  • Andy Conser

    I graduated from Missouri Auction School in March, 1997. A first generation auctioneer, I've been blessed to build a successful auction company that has, to date conducted auctions in 9 states. I am past president of the Kansas Auctioneers Association (2010) and in 2004 I was the state champion auctioneer for Kansas. In 2015 I graduated from the Certified Auctioneers Institute. Our company mission statement is "To assist our clients in reaching their goals according to the Golden Rule."

  • Andrew Wagner

    Andy began auctioneering in 2002 after his completion of college. Even though he has only been an active auctioneer since 2002, that does not tell the whole story of his experience. Once Andy was old enough to walk from the auctioneer to the clerk table (without stopping to get something to eat), he was a clerk sheet runner. Over the years he began working in all capacities of the auction from clerking to cashiering, and from ringman to merchandise sorter. Once Andy started auctioneering in 2002, he began conducting sales of all types.

    In 2003 Andy decided to go to get his real estate sales license. Once he completed the courses and testing, he hung his license with Reed Realty in Farmland, IN. Over the years, he has sold all types of real property through the office including residential, commercial, and bare land. A great opportunity arose in the summer of 2010 for Andy to purchase the business from Pam Edwards. He realized that this was his chance to work in the real estate and auction industry on a full time basis, so he jumped at the chance. He has some aggressive ideas for marketing and sales that he is looking forward to implementing. Even though the name has changed, you can still count on the same professional service from an established company. Outside of the office, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, Abby, and two children, Max and Cora. He also enjoys pulling draft horses with his father.

  • Joshua Rush

    Joshua Rush was born and raised in Waller, Texas, where he grew up farming and ranching. He attended Waller High School and graduated in 2004. Joshua was active in FFA while in high school, which became a big part of his life. After high school, Joshua pursued his love of agriculture into college at Blinn College Graduating with an Associates in Agriculture in 2008 and then continuing his education at Sam Houston State University (SHSU) and graduating in 2011 from SHSU with a Bachelor?s of Science in Agriculture Engineering and Agriculture Business. Upon graduating college Joshua attended Texas Auction Academy and the Professional Ringman Institute. As an full time auctioneer Joshua has enjoyed Bid Calling and managing equine, farm& ranch, charity and more recently real state auctions. Tx Auctioneer # 17381
    Joshua's professional memberships include both the National and Texas Association of REALTORS, both the National and Texas Auctioneers Association. In addition, Joshua recently earned his Texas Real Estate Sales Agent license in 2016. He recently went to Grand Rapids, Michigan to earn his AARE (Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate), which is a National Auctioneers Association?s premier real estate designation.
    Joshua's main goals are to bring his love of auctions and real estate together to ultimately show that auctions are where it is at in 2017. Some of his hobbies include hunting, fishing, grilling, cooking and ranching. Joshua is very family oriented and currently resides in Navasota, Texas, where he shares his life with his girlfriend and 1 dog named Woody.