Company Has Raised More Than $500 Million for Non-Profit Organizations
Scott Robertson Auctioneers announced that it has rebranded to Champion Fundraising Auctions (CFA). The company has helped not-for-profit organizations, schools, and charities nationwide raise more than $500 million over the past 29 years. The new name reflects the company’s mission to be a champion for the causes of the organizations they work alongside.
“We are the best at what we do and are champions of the industry,” said Scott Robertson, president, and chief auctioneer for Champion Fundraising Auctions. “We are also passionate about the great work of the non-profit organizations we serve and how their work positively affects the lives of so many. We take great pride in helping them raise funds, and we are honored to play a part in making the world a better place.”
Scott Robertson will remain at the helm of the company. Robertson and Champion Fundraising Auction’s Sara Rose Bytner, a third-generation auctioneer and an international champion auctioneer, are only two of 151 auctioneers in the United States to earn the designation of Benefit Auctioneer Specialists awarded by the National Auctioneers Association Designation Academy. Robertson and Bytner teach at the designation academy held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Champion Fundraising Auctions provides complete access to pre and post-event consultation and night-of-event services. Clients receive guidance on the order of live auction items, timeline assistance, and expert advice on the special appeal. The CFA professional auctioneers facilitate giving in a way only an experienced professional fundraising auctioneer can. CFA was also a pioneer in fundraising techniques for virtual galas.
To learn more about Champion Fundraising Auctions, visit championauctioneer.com or call (239) 246-2139.