Charity benefit auctions are unique in that the sound system required is different than what is needed for a band, singer, or a typical speaker. Learn all the specifics -- what, when, where, why and how -- in this great Q&A. I cover a lot of information about the type of system you need for your next gala. Watch the video below.
Incorporating a theme into your benefit auction is optional, but having a sound system is required.If you want to have both a great theme and a kickin'sound system to match, you should know that some companies offer pretty slick sound systems.Listen to the podcast below.
My recent articles in Benefit Auction Ideas (my twice-a-month ezine) have focused on suggestions for great benefit auction themes. In this post, I'm moving this theme concept in a new direction. Some elements of your gala are optional; others are required. Having a theme is optional. Offering items that people want - and guests with money to buy them - is required. A sound system falls into that latter category. It's required, even for small crowds. (I once used an at-home "toy" karaoke
I recently wrote an article for Charity Golf Events newsletter under the title, "Silence Doesn't Sell. Charity Auctions Need Sound Systems." Enjoy this podcast version of the article.Listen to the podcast below.
Note to readers: I recently wrote this article for Charity Golf Events newsletter under the title, "Silence Doesn't Sell. Charity Auctions Need Sound Systems." Enjoy! Growing up, I remember an advertising slogan used by Coty perfume. “If you want to capture someone’s attention, whisper.” You might attract a lover with that approach, but you’ll never attract a bidder at your benefit auction. Auctions require a professional sound system that enables the auctioneer’s voice to be heard with