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Auction Dates 2014

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Please Note:

Auction dates and venues are tentative and still need to be confirmed, unless the word "CONFIRMED" appears beside the date in GREEN

Saturday FEBRUARY 1st CONFIRMED

QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS AUCTION

AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM

FISH IN FROM 3.30PM

CABOOLTURE HIGH SCHOOL HALL

LEE ST CABOOLTURE

near hospital

for more information check out our website at

Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists

Saturday MARCH 15th CONFIRMED

Q.F.A.S. SUPER AUCTION

Fish in at 2.00pm TO 5.00pm. No items accepted after 5.00pm

Auction starts 4.00pm

NUDGEE Junior School

Kate Street

Indooroopilly

index

Saturday MAY 10th CONFIRMED

QUEENSLAND CICHLID GROUP

AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM

FISH IN FROM 3.00PM

VIRGINIA STATE SCHOOL

SANDGATE ROAD

VIRGINIA.

NOTE: this is a FISH ONLY auction

Saturday SEPTEMBER 6th CONFIRMED

QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS AUCTION

AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM

FISH IN FROM 3.30PM

CABOOLTURE HIGH SCHOOL HALL

LEE ST CABOOLTURE

near hospital

for more information check out our website at

Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists

Saturday SEPTEMBER 20th CONFIRMED

GOLD COAST AQUARIUM SOCIETY AUCTION

AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM

FISH IN FROM 3.30PM

NERANG COMMINITY HALL

34 PRICE STREET

NERANG, 4211

Saturday OCTOBER 11th CONFIRMED

QUEENSLAND CICHLID GROUP

AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM

FISH IN FROM 3.00PM

VIRGINIA STATE SCHOOL

SANDGATE ROAD

VIRGINIA.

NOTE: this is a FISH ONLY auction

Saturday NOVEMBER 15TH CONFIRMED

Q.F.A.S. SUPER AUCTION

Fish in at 2.00pm TO 5.00pm.

Auction starts 4.00pm

NUDGEE Junior School

Kate Street

Indooroopilly

index

Graeme :cool:

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

At the QFAS meeting held last Wednesday night a new Auction rule was proposed and accepted.

All Sellers MUST be on stage assisting while there items are being auctioned.

There are a number of advantages with this new rule not just for the organizers but also for the buyers and sellers, here are just a few;

Advantage number one - one less volunteer needed for the auction.

Advantage number two - if a seller needs to lower the reserve then there is no need to go looking for them.

Advantage number three - the auctioneer can tell the owner what problems there are with fish first hand ( sick, too small etc)

Advantage number four - buyers can see who the seller / breeder is.

Advantage number five - sellers can see if auctioneers are missing bid and point them out to the auctioneer.

Advantage number six - the seller knows exactly what fish are passed in and can collect their boxes immediately.

This rule will be introduced at the next QFAS Auction in November.

At present QAH, QCG and GCAS have not discussed if they will introduce it for their auctions.

As soon as I hear anything I will post it.

Graeme

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