ATLANTA (July 21, 2017) — With banks closing branches nationwide, John Dixon & Associates has announced that the company will conduct quarterly auctions to help banks, credit unions and other financial institutions sell facilities that have been closed. The company made the announcement upon the successful auction of 14 bank branches and six commercial tracts […]
Nice hit for Thomas Hayward on a tight time frame!
Time after time, we get great release. That’s why so many clients have been with us for years.
Nice coverage in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, the dominant newspaper in the area.
RENO, Nevada (July 13, 2017) — Commercial fitness equipment, sound equipment, furniture, lamps and decorations will be among thousands of items to be sold in the final auction of the former Siena Hotel Spa Casino. The hotel has been converted to a full-service, non-gaming Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel. “This will be an excellent opportunity for […]
NORTH PORT, Florida (July 7, 2017) — The 207-acre parcel of land that used to be the home of Sabal Trace Golf & Country Club is being sold in a court-ordered foreclosure auction, with Tranzon Driggers marketing the property and managing the auction. The golf course is overgrown now, but the property includes the 12,000-square-foot […]
MONDAMIN, Iowa (June 29, 2017) — DreamDirt’s Jason Smith sells a lot of farmland to Midwestern farmers, and the upcoming auction of 6,100 acres will be a big one. The farm has a solid productivity record for growing soybeans but is also suitable for corn, sunflowers and other crops. And it’s located within an hour’s […]
By Carl Carter, APR When you’re seeking publicity for an upcoming business event, there’s one thing you should know: You’re probably going to be communicating with a reporter who knows little about business. She may not know the difference between revenues and income, let alone any specialized jargon. That’s because of a change that happened […]
By Carl Carter, APR, AMM When you’re seeking publicity for an upcoming auction, there’s one thing you should know: You’re probably going to be communicating with a reporter who knows little about business and nothing about auctions. She may not know the difference between revenues and income, let alone any of the jargon we use […]