National Auctioneers Day

National Auctioneers Day is celebrated on the third Saturday of every April. This year it will be observed on 21st April. National Auctioneers Day is celebrated every year to honour and remember one of the most ancient professions in the world. Auctioneering is a sales technique that began more than 2,000 years ago. Auctioneers are people who are in charge of a public sale or auction; they provide service for both the seller and the buyer. They should continue high standards to remain competitive.

I love collecting things from the auction – we Brits really are hoarders and collectors.” – Jonathan Anderson.

History of National Auctioneers Day

The origin and history of National Auctioneers Day are not known but as stated by the National Auctioneers Association, this day has been celebrated for more than 25 years.  According to National Auctioneers Association, the professional auctioneers sell approximately about a quarter trillion dollars in services and goods every year. These auctioneers not only help in selling the products and services but they get the job quickly done entertainingly as well. The 1st auction was held in Babylon in 500B.C. There are different kinds of sales around the world like livestock, surplus auction system, automobile and art auctions where artworks are sold. You just can’t imagine, many things can be put up for sale.

National Auctioneers Day
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National Auctioneers Day

Other Celebrations on April 21

April 21 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate National Auctioneers Day

On National Auctioneers Day, participate in the annual Auctioneers Day drive of National Auctioneers Foundation. Also, take some time to read about the history of auctioneering. Then post pictures and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #AuctioneersDay.

Thank you for reading the post. You can celebrate every day with and Happy National Auctioneers Day 2018.

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