Spanky’s upcoming Collector Car auction wasn’t lost on the local TV stations either. Spanky’s an artist in front of the camera.
By Carl Carter, APR, AMM Here, with a few details changed, is a conversation I’ve had a few hundred times in recent years: Client: We need to get the media in New Orleans to cover this story. Me: Remind me, where’s the event? Client: Houston. Me: It’s not going to happen. It’s not a New […]
MILAN, Indiana (Sept. 19, 2016) — Four well-known Ripley County farms, owned by the Denver Mills family, will be offered at auction Nov. 1, with Schrader Real Estate and Auction Company conducting the event. The farms will be offered in 16 tracts, with tillable tracts ranging in size from six acres to 117 acres. “Mr. Mills […]
Good visibility for an upcoming auction on two Jasper shopping centers.
Kurt Aumann has a really cool group of antique tractors coming up. Glad AgriNews noticed!
Some auctioneers hesitate to do press releases on the results of a big sale, either because they don’t want to appear immodest or because they usually don’t have a seller paying for it. But nothing succeeds like telling people what a great job you did. This is what it got a client last week in […]
Here’s one you don’t see everyday — Caribbean Journal.
VALLEY, Alabama (July 15, 2016) – Set in a secluded location on the Chattahoochee River just above Lake Harding is a three-story red brick home surrounded by mature hardwoods. And that luxurious 5,800-square-foot home is selling in an online auction, with Pearce & Associates marketing the home and conducting the auction at www.auctionbypearce.com. “This is […]
A local property that is recognizable to the press is always a great candidate for a NewMediaRules news release. In this case, the reporter added a little history from its files, and put in one call to a local developer who talked up to the land. Boom, great story providing excellent visibility to the auction […]
Areas that are “media poor” present a special challenge when publicizing an auction (or any other story). Delaware is a good example — a small state with only two daily newspapers. Fortunately, the bigger of the two thought this was interesting for an article within a couple of hours after the news release went out. […]