“The Legacy Auction Business; Entrepreneurship and Building a Substantial Auction Business”

This panel discussion and Q&A session will dive into what it takes to build an auction business that spans a lifetime. This is a “must attend” for first time conference attendees and those who are build a lasting business.

This session will also be a great opportunity for veteran auctioneers to gain insights from industry leaders including:


Jim Gall

With over a quarter century of experience, Jim Gall’s Auction Company of America truly is “America’s #1 Auction Team”. Holding Auction Company License #1 for the State of Florida, we are a recognized leader in the Real Estate Auction-Marketing Industry. Jim has conducted auctions throughout the United States including real estate, divorce, bankruptcy, fine art, government, and personal property auctions just to name a few.

Marty Higgenbotham

Marty founded Higgenbotham Auctioneers in 1959. Under his leadership, Higgenbotham Auctioneers has become one of the largest auction firms in America today. An innovator in his industry, Marty is a nationally recognized speaker in the field of auction marketing and related business management. In addition, he serves as a consultant to attorneys, trust departments, executors of estates, and financial institutions throughout the country.

Harry Stampler

Harry is a licensed auctioneer, certified appraiser, licensed real estate broker, licensed mortgage broker and licensed motor vehicle dealer.He was born into the auction business started by his father, Lenny, in 1960. Since leaving Boston College in 1981, Harry has worked full time in the family business.Harry started as a lotter and was given more and more responsibility during the four years he worked in New York.Upon the company’s move to Florida in 1985, Harry has handled daily operations at Stampler Auctions including, but not limited to: consults, contracting, project negotiations, marketing, conduct of auctions and auction settlement.

This session and Q&A will take place at the Florida Auctioneers Association Fall Conference. The discussion begins at 11:30am on Monday, October 28th and is included for registered conference attendees.

Panelists subject to change.

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