Guiness World Record Attempt Auction
Auction Professionals from Around the World to Gather on 12/08/16 at Nellis Auction in Las Vegas, NV for Guinness Record Attempt
Nellis Auction, Las Vegas, NV
LAS VEGAS, NV, – Auctioneers representing at least five countries will attempt to capture a Guinness Record for the Most Nationalities in an Auction Team at an Auction on December 8, 2016 in Las Vegas. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the National Auctioneers Foundation to fund auction industry scholarships.
The event will take place at Nellis Auction starting at 6pm, with the preview and registration beginning at 4pm. Nellis Auction is located at 2245 N. Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas, 89115 (Phone 877-958-1008). The auction will feature a variety of pieces including art, jewelry, coins, collectibles, and everyday items. There will be no online bidding for this event.
The event was originated by Brigitte Kruse and is co-organized by Kanani Reynolds, Amy Martin, and Lisa York. “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to not only see auction talent from around the globe, but also to witness history being made with a new Guinness World Record,” says Kruse. “We’re looking forward to showcasing so many talented auctioneers in one unified auction team.”
Auctioneers interested in participating in the World Record Attempt can register at www.worldslargestauctionteam.com. Bidders can register onsite on December 8, starting at 4pm.
Questions should be direct to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The National Auctioneers Foundation:
The National Auctioneer Foundation is committed to the fulfillment of its mission to provide funding to advance and enrich the auction community. The National Auctioneers Foundation provides funding to the National Auctioneers Association and to advance and enrich the auction community. In the past ten years alone, in excess of $1.4 Million has been awarded to NAA to fund projects and programs including the Larry McCool Scholarship and the Pat Massart Scholarship for Leaders. For more information visit www.auctioneersfoundation.org.