California Auction House Helps You Stretch Your Holiday Dollars

December 10, 2008 by Administrator 


Mindful of tighter budgets for consumers this holiday season, the SCAA (Southern California Auctioneers Association) is encouraging San Diego buyers to stretch their dollars at one of its many live auctions throughout Southern California. Although the SCAA specializes in the Southern California marketplace, public demand for live and online auctions has allowed this 50-member association to expand nationally and internationally.

“SCAA’s success on the regional level has helped gain notoriety on a much larger scale. The more people learn about public auctions and experience the thrill of attending one, the greater the demand. During this holiday season, we expect to see record numbers of buyers and sellers looking to reduce or acquire valuable inventory before year’s end,” says SCAA Trustee and Past President Ed Testo.

SCAA Secretary and Past President Rich Wasser says, “SCAA’s auctioneers have a wealth of experience and education, which translates into a comfortable environment for all parties. Present times are stressful, which is why the SCAA always strives to ensure a smooth bidding process for our auctioneers, buyers and sellers. There’s no intimidation factor and there are always plenty of associates on hand to answer questions. So, if looking for a one-of-a-kind gift, watch, or jewelry for that special someone, or needing to cushion your wallet this holiday season, look no further than a SCAA live auction.”

To stretch your dollars this holiday season, visit for a complete listing of free auctions in your area or call (800) 352-5572 for more information.


If you are an auction shopper in San Diego, don’t forget about police auctions. Every year police departments across the country sell items that they’ve acquired. Read more about it at: Stolen Goods Up For Auction.

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