New Hampshire Auctioneers Association
NHAA Spring Meeting
Featuring a talk by John Schultz
When: Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018, Noon to 4 pm
Where: The Common Man, 25 Water Street, Concord, NH 03301
- Noon Buffet Lunch
- 12:30 pm Speaker
- 2:15 pm Annual Meeting & Elections
- including Legislative update
RSVP by May 8, 2018
Seating limited, pay at the door via Cash, Check, or Credit Card
Non- Member $45
We will be taking 2018 members dues at the meeting as well.
You can join/Renew online HERE
As a 20-year auction veteran John has experienced firsthand the impact
changing consumer trends have in the auction industry. John leverages this
experience on a daily basis as the Chief Marketing and Technology Officer for
Grafe Auction, a Minnesota based commercial and industrial auction company.
In this role, he specializes in maximizing prices through the use of data-driven,
predictive marketing campaigns that appeal to a wide range of consumers. In
addition, John is one of the lead instructors for the National Auctioneers
Association of the premier auction marketing designation Auction Marketing
John’s previous service to the industry includes serving as the Minnesota State
Auctioneers Association 60th President in 2009, and Charter President of the
Minnesota State Auctioneers Foundation. He is also the MSAA 2009 recipient
of Golden Gavel Award for outstanding service to the auction industry.
NH State Senate & House have passed a bill (SB316) that would remove NH online auctioneers from being required to have a license in our state. If you are not in favor of the bill we ask that you reach out to Governor Sununu to let him know we would like him to veto the bill. He can be reached at
Welcome to the NHAA
The New Hampshire Auctioneers Association is a non-profit trade association founded in 1954 to promote the professional, ethical and educational standards of the auction business in the Granite State.
The Association continued its concern with professionalism when, in 1969, it lead the nation by drafting and putting into effect, through the state legislature, the licensing of auctioneers and laws that govern the profession and protect the public. A State Board of Auctioneers was created and the NHAA continues to work with the Board and the legislature to create an atmosphere of good will in the trade.