The Truth About the Top 5 Auction Myths with Kilbreath Auctions

One of the main things your auctioneer should be doing is consulting. Your auctioneer does 50, 75, 100 events a year – so they should be taking information from those events and helping you decide best practices for your event. 80% of what the auctioneer does should be spent before your event – making sure the plan is set for you to raise the most money possible for your organization. We know how difficult it is to plan an event, and in this webinar, we will debunk common auction myths.
Creating a system of mindful stewardship will enable you to create the passionate support your mission and work deserve. We will discuss how to engage your sponsors and invest the resources to develop lasting partnerships.

In this webinar, Stephen covers:

  • Do more auction items and more guests mean more money?
  • Can you predict how much money you will make at your event?
  • Does it really matter who the auctioneer is?

Your Presenter:

Stephen Kilbreath, Kilbreath Auctions

Stephen has been a fundraising auctioneer since the early 90s, calling hundreds of auctions and raising millions of dollars. Stephen’s sincerity, authenticity and a terrific understanding of benefit auctions make him stand out. His style is entertaining and conversational-making it an enjoyable and memorable evening for your guests. Stephen excels at connecting and reading his audiences, all resulting in generating the most revenue possible for his auction clients.

He has taught classes, and has mentored auctioneers across the country and has earned the rare Benefit Auction Specialist designation through the National Auctioneers Association. Less than 1% of auctioneers nationally have achieved that designation!

Not only is Stephen a top benefit auctioneer in the Northwest-his name may be familiar because of his long broadcasting career. He was on the morning radio for more than 20 years. Currently, he can be seen on KING-5 television.

Stephen lives in Snoqualmie, WA where he enjoys his two boys Ben (13), and Jack (9).