With the exception of charity wine auctions, the other types of auctions are identical. People have come to know these fundraising events by the names most familiar to them. I am simply trying to help as many organizations as I can by giving them what they want.
Lynden, WA (PRWEB) December 14, 2005
Wine Auctioneer Tom DiNardo of DiNardo & Lord Auctioneers recently created four fundraising help blogs to provide further fundraising ideas for charities and non profits in search of ways to increase their operational revenue. "As a professional charity auctioneer and fundraiser, I wanted to provide non profits and charities with readily available access to one of the most efficient fund raising (auction) methods used. The blogs cover the topics of wine auctions, charity auctions, benefit auctions, and fundraising auctions," states DiNardo. When asked if these types of auctions were synonymous? Mr. DiNardo laughed and responded, "With the exception of charity wine auctions, the other types of auctions are identical. People have come to know these fundraising events by the names most familiar to them. I am simply trying to help as many organizations as I can by giving them what they want."
Why should people conduct Charity Auctions, Benefit Auctions, Fundraising Auctions, or Wine Auctions? "Auction Fund raising is one of the hottest trends available to non profits and charities at the moment. Consider any fundraiser your organization might have utilized in the past, and now consider the real revenue earning possibilities where auctions are utilized. If a Charity Auction is conducted correctly it can realize upwards of 67% percent of your event's entire income. The other third (33%) of the revenue generated is from the combined total of ticket sales to the event in combination with silent auctions, raffles, or other revenue generating devices used," states DiNardo.
DiNardo & Lord Auctioneers specializes in wine auctions, charity auctions, benefit auctions and fundraising auctions. Since 1993, Charity Auctioneer Tom DiNardo has presided over one thousand auctions for various non-profits, charities, and community organizations across the United States. Tom DiNardo holds five world records for the price achieved at wine auctions. He is a freelance writer for the Wine Enthusiast magazine, Wine Squire.com, and a regularly featured writer for Auction Zip.com and GlobalAuctionGuide.com.