As the more than 300,000 visitors to our site during May discovered, Auction Network captures the spirit and sport of live auction events and makes them instantly global.
Tulsa, Okla. (PRWEB) October 27, 2008
Auction Network's aggressive marketing campaign is bringing in national and international bidders alike, evident in the success of their recent Bob Hope Estate Sale, whose total auction sales rose to over $600,000.
The network is also finding increasing sales with an abundance of online bidders. Over four hundred of the registered bidders for the Bob Hope auction were online and 73 percent of the items sold were to those online bidders, as well as 70 percent of the total auction sales attributed to bids online at http://www.auctionnetwork.com.
In another recent auction on September 16 for the Association of Zoos & Aquariums where "Art by Animals" were up for grabs, the nearly 250 registered online bidders purchased 72 percent of those lots where the average across the board winning bid for auctions is over $950.
CEO and founder of Auction Network, Pamela A. McKissick, notes that "As the more than 300,000 visitors to our site during May discovered, Auction Network captures the spirit and sport of live auction events and makes them instantly global." Online bidders tend to agree with McKissick as they have spent over 1.3 million dollars at the live auction network events, and account for 10,086 views of the various auctions at Auction Network.
About Auction Network
Auction Network is the first 24/7, multimedia network solely dedicated to auctions. Auction Network celebrates the sport and competitive spirit of auctions with a fast-paced, interactive programming environment where buyers meet sellers.