Troy University Prepares Auctioneers

Posted: Tuesday, 07 August 2007

Kasey Friedman and Jamey Cochran

Photo caption 1 (Kasey Friedman and Jamey Cochran): As part of Troy University’s semi-annual Auctioneer School, Kasey Friedman (left) of Stafford, Va., and Instructor Jamey Cochran of Dothan ready a mirror for sale. Students auctioned off antique furniture, china, dolls and more as their final test before graduation. To learn more about Alabama’s oldest approved auctioneer school, contact the Troy University Continuing Education Center at (334) 983-0005.

Don Dean

Photo caption 2 (Don Dean): Troy University auctioneer student Don Dean of Dothan prepares antique glassware for the auction block. Twice a year the Troy University Continuing Education Center offers the 10-day program, which culminates with a public auction run by students. For information about the next Auctioneer School, contact Troy University at (334) 983-0005.

Pam Woodham

Photo caption 3 (Pam Woodham): Troy University auctioneer student Pam Woodham of Dothan records information about dolls to be sold to the highest bidder. As part of the auctioneer program at the Dothan Campus, Woodham and her classmates learned to how sort and tag items and call for bids.