Welcome to the SCAA!

The South Carolina Auctioneers Association exists to promote the auction method of marketing through professional and ethical auctioneering practices in the state of South Carolina. Membership is open to auctioneers, auction companies, and associates with an interest in this age-old method of marketing.

This site is a resource for the many members of the South Carolina Auctioneers Association to bring you information about themselves, and the many auctions conducted by association members. Many association members conduct auction sales not only in the state, but nationwide. Their auctions draw bidders from all 50 states and internationally.

J.L. Pinckney Scholarship Application

Pinckney Application 2015 – Deadline December 1

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Hall of Fame Nomination Form – Deadline January 1

2015 Annual Convention

SCAA Convention – January 23-25, 2015 Embassy Suites, 670 Verdae  Blvd., Greenville, SC Agenda     Attendees Registration Form   Bid Calling Contest Criteria & Form 2015   2015 SCAA Advertising Contest (deadline January 1)   J. L. Pinckney Scholarship Application – Deadline December 1 Pinckney Application 2015 Hall of Fame Nomination Form- Deadline January 1 […]

SCAA Bid Calling Championship

The SCAA held its 2014 Bid Calling Championship at the  Hilton Garden Inn, Columbia/Northeast, Columbia, SC.   Chris Pracht is the 2014 Bid Calling Champion and will attend the NAA representing SCAA in their competition. Bryan Hope is Reserve Champion with runner up Rafe Dixon.   Bid Calling Contest Criteria & Form 2015

SCAA Holds 40th Anniversary Celebration

S.C. Auctioneers Association Holds 40th Anniversary Celebration; Dixon New President Columbia, S.C. – The South Carolina Auctioneers Association enjoyed incredible success at its 40th Anniversary Celebration convention Jan. 10-12, 2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Columbia. Outgoing SCAA President Darron Meares of Meares Auctions in Pelzer – along with Convention Chairman Paul Yoder of […]

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