TROY Dothan Campus announces Auctioneering School graduates

Posted: Monday, 27 July 2009

DOTHAN—The Continuing Education Center at Troy University’s Dothan Campus has announced the graduates of its summer Auctioneering School.

The 85-hour Auctioneering School was held from July 17 through July 26. Upon graduation, students can test to become apprentice auctioneers in the State of Alabama. After a year of apprenticeship, student can take a test to become licensed auctioneers.

The summer 2009 graduates are:

  • Joe Chambers of Ozark, AL
  • Mary Forrester of Cowarts, AL
  • Sam Giniger of Panama City Beach, FL
  • Mike Hughes of New Brockton, AL
  • Zane Landreth of LaGrange, GA
  • Bruce Locke of Toney, AL
  • Mike Porter of Crestview, FL
  • Jim Schaefer of Opelika, AL
  • Jon Shelton of Toney, AL
  • Kyle Smith of Chunchula, AL
  • Daniel Wisham of Thomaston, GA

The Continuing Education Center offers two auctioneering classes per year—in January and July. The program is approved by Auctioneer Boards in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee. The nine-day program includes the study of law, ethics, types of auctions, set up sites, procedural operations, advertising, bid calling, furniture and antiques identification, clerking, cashiering and final settlement.

For more information about auctioneering school, please call 334-983-0005 or e-mail continuinged@troy.edu.

Auctioneering Group

The Continuing Education Center at Troy University’s Dothan Campus has announced the graduates of its summer Auctioneering School. Pictured from left to right are: (front row) Mike Hughes of New Brockton, AL; Mike Porter of Crestview, FL; Mary Forrester of Cowarts, AL; Bruce Locke of Toney, AL; (second row) Sam Giniger of Panama City Beach, FL; Zane Landreth of LaGrange, GA; Daniel Wisham of Thomaston, GA; (third row) Jim Schaefer of Opelika, AL; Jon Shelton of Toney, AL; Joe Chambers of Ozark, AL and (back row) Kyle Smith of Chunchula, AL. The 85-hour Auctioneering School was held from July 17 through July 26. Upon graduation, students can test to become apprentice auctioneers in the State of Alabama. (TROY photo)