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.

Annual Convention 2017

Date and Location coming soon!

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November Newsletter

November 2015

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August Newsletter


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May 2015 Newsletter

Click to view the May 2015 SCAA Newsletter

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National Auctioneer Day – April 18

Governor’s Proclamation 2015

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J.L. Pinckney Scholarship Application

Deadline December 1

Pinckney Application

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Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Hall of Fame Nomination Form – Deadline January 1

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Annual Convention – 2015


Greenville, S.C. – The South Carolina Auctioneers Association enjoyed incredible success at its 41st Annual convention Jan. 23-25 at the Embassy Suites in Greenville.

Outgoing SCAA President Rafe Dixon of J.R. Dixon Auctions in Sumter along with Convention Chairman Gwen Bryant of Bryant Auction & Real Estate in Florence – led the festivities, which included the association’s annual South Carolina Bid Calling Championship, six hours of continuing education, an advertising award ceremony, a lively fun auction and an important membership meeting.

Bryan Hope of Bryan Hope Auction Company in Ninety Six won the 2015 SCAA Bid Calling Championship. Also placing in the contest, Hope Meares of Bowtie Benefit Auctions in Pelzer won First Runner-Up, and Rafe Dixon of J.R. Dixon Auctions in Sumter won Second Runner-Up. Daniel Lyles of Easley won the 2015 SCAA Rookie Bid Calling Championship.

The SCAA elected David Meares as its President. He will lead a 12-member board for the SCAA, which has been serving auctioneers and their staffs in and around South Carolina for more than 41 years. The SCAA has more than 120 members and associates throughout South Carolina and the United States.

Several other board members were elected at the convention. Merle Sharick of Prosperity will serve as Vice President for 2015. David Yoder of Fair Play has been tabbed for Secretary/Treasurer. Brent Murdoch of Spartanburg as well as Robert Robeson of Chesterfield will serve four-year terms as directors. Carole Hoskyns of Pelzer, Mike Harper of Mt. Pleasant will serve as directors through 2018. Serving thru 2017 will be Bryan Hope of Ninety Six and Pete Jenkinson of Anderson. J. Tony Adams of Santee and Brandon Howe of Taylors will remain on the board until 2016. Rafe Dixon, the outgoing president, has been promoted to Immediate Past President.




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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

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