About Nebraska Auctioneers Association

Our Mission

The Nebraska Auctioneers Association provides professional educational forums at the Winter Workshop and at the Annual Convention each year. Speakers focus on business issues, legal issues and helping train auctioneers to better their businesses and personal growth.
Professionalism, Leadership, and Public Relations
Each year the Association conducts the Bid Calling Contest, allowing auctioneers to develop an image and leadership skills, plus providing the public with a forum to learn about the profession and the advantages of selling their possessions through the auction method of sales.
Friendship and Learning from others in the Industry
The Association provides many opportunities to meet with one another through area meetings and other events throughout the year. Learning from one another is a vital part of making your business and the association stronger and a vital voice for the industry in Nebraska.
A Sense of Family and Unity
The Nebraska Auctioneers Association prides itself in the family atmosphere at all association events. The Association continues to bring in new generations of auctioneers who have grown up in the business.
A Sense of Heritage
Members take pride in their heritage. 1990 Hall of Famer Inductee Aurthur Weimer Thompson, Dean of American Auctioneers, is honored with a statue at the Nebraska State Capitol.

NeAA Member Benefits

  • Member problem solving
  • Legislative and government representation
  • Code of ethics & professionalism of members
  • Convention – Top-of-the-line educators and entertainment
  • Annual Fall Focus – Intensive educational workshop
  • Quarterly Newsletter – timely information and association news
  • Bid Calling Contest – Professionalism and public awareness
  • Leadership on issues by a member-elected board of directors
  • Recognition through the Auctioneer of the Year program
  • Industry Hall of Fame award program
  • Special bulletins, e-mails and Facebook posts on crisis issues
  • Scholarships for members and their employees families and recognition of charities through the Nebraska Auctioneers Association Auxiliary

Code of Ethics

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