One of the more popular auction items I sell are those having to do with the entertainment industry, such as “behind the scenes” activities for television shows. When a show donates one of these experience, it usually means that the winning bidder will get to watch a show being taped and perhaps enjoy a tour of the facility.Here are some auction procurement tips for securing these sought-after experiences.Click below to listen to the podcast.
One of the most popular types of benefit auction items I sell are those having to do with the entertainment industry, such as “behind the scenes” activities for television shows. When a show donates a "behind-the-scenes experience," it usually means that the winning bidder will get to watch a show being taped and perhaps a tour of the facility. For someone who hasn’t worked in the television industry, a taping can be exciting to watch. Here are some tips on securing these sought-after
One of the more popular items sold in benefit auctions are items related to the entertainment industry. A walk-on part usually refers to the opportunity for someone to be part of the background of a movie or a commercial. This isn’t a speaking role, but it's still exciting for someone who hasn’t been part of a production.In this week's podcast, I give some tips to your auction procurement team on how they might procure such an item.Listen to the podcast below.
While riding Amtrak back from New York, I read an article in the train's Arrive magazine. It talked about the farm-to-table movement.What is it? In essence, it's about sourcing ingredients locally. It's fresh, often organic, and seasonal.These dinners are the types of auction donations that sell well at galas. Listen to this podcast for four ways to create and sell farm-to-table items at your next gala auction.Listen to the podcast below.
Whether you're a true gourmand or simply a gal who enjoys a good meal, your guests will love these four benefit auction ideas incorporating a farm-to-table dining experience. Earlier this month while on the train traveling back from New York to Washington, D.C., I read Amtrak's magazine Arrive. One article covered the farm-to-table movement and listed several restaurants known for their work in this area. What is the farm-to-table movement? In essence, it's about sourcing ingredients