Live and Silent Auctions

NAAA Ag Aviation Expo
December 4–7, 2017 ♦ Savannah, Ga.

 

The Live Auction at the NAAA Convention & Exposition continues to be one of the most popular and successful fundraisers for the Association.

When it comes to high-stakes entertainment, the intrigue, drama and excitement of NAAA’s Live Auction is hard to beat, which is why it has become one of the signature events at each convention. The Live Auction on “Convention Tuesday” is very important to NAAA from a fundraising standpoint, so enjoy the reception food and beverages and bring your checkbooks. Shhhh! NAAA also holds a Silent Auction each year. Bidding opens on Tuesday and closes on Wednesday afternoon.

The Live Auction continues to be one of the most popular and financially successful fundraisers for the Association. But NAAA could not accomplish this without the support of our many friends and allies. We are grateful to our Allied Industry, State Associations and aerial applicator supporters. All auction donations, big or small, are greatly appreciated, and NAAA recognizes all donations in Association publications and on the NAAA website. The earlier you come forward, the more exposure you'll get. Live Auction reception sponsored by Syngenta.

Auction Donation Details
To make a donation, please fill out the form below or email all of the details to Lindsay Barber. Fill out this PDF Fillable Form and email to Lindsay Barber (don't forget to save it to your computer before emailing). You can also print this 
PDF and fax it to (202) 546-5726.

Thank You, 2017 Auction Contributors
 
  • PT6A-34AG Brand New Engine. Potential buyers need to supply a letter of credit to NAAA. See more information below.
Air Tractor
  • Hartzell Three-Blade Propeller with Spinner Dome 
Arysta LifeScience
  • B-29 Ride. Winner must travel to location where the Commemorative Air Force’s B-29 “FIFI” will be on its nationwide tour in 2018. The Gift certificate will be redeemable for one ride in the Flight Observer seat or may be divided for two seats in the rear of the aircraft. Once the schedule is set for the tour the winner will be advised to pick a tour stop and reserve their seat. Aircraft is generally on tour from late February to the end of October. 
DuPont Crop Protection - For NAAREF
  • Progressive bottle of Queen's Commemorative Crown Royal in custom built trophy case. Winner receives name engraved on box
NAAA Museum Committee
  • Harold Miller Helmet
Old Republic Aerospace
Thrush Aircaft & Transland
  • Georgia Bobwhite Quail Hunt (donated by Thrush Aircraft) and Rifle (donated by Transland). Rifle details to be announced soon. Quail Hunt located in the very heart of Classic South – where birds must be hunted and not merely shot.  Experience genuine southern charm and hospitality including two hunts of fast flying quail– meals, lodging, cocktails, guide, dogs, jeep, bird cleaning and soft sided coolers.

    You’ll feel right at home in  well-appointed cabins that are equipped with all the comforts of home. $1000.00 airfare credit and ground transportation included in the package.
USAIG
  • One of USAIG's Performance Vector Safety Program

    A two-day course for one jet pilot that addresses the fundamentals of UPRT and embeds core skills and knowledge to recognize and solve all stall and airplane upset conditions. Academic and in-flight training concepts and methods are directly applicable to high performance jet airplanes. This customized course can be scheduled at APS’s Phoenix, AZ or Dallas, TX locations. Training includes 8 hours of classroom instruction covering: 
  • Stall and airplane upset aerodynamics 
  • Upset precursors; recognition, prevention and recovery techniques 
  • Instrument upset recognition, prevention and recovery techniques 
  • Stall/spin awareness, prevention and recovery techniques

    Interspersed at appropriate points in the academics are three flights conducted in an Extra-300L aircraft with an expert APS UPRT instructor pilot covering: 
  • Familiarization, foundational Loss of Control In-flight mitigation concepts, and primary control strategies 
  • Advanced stalls, traffic pattern stalls, and all attitude maneuvering 
  • Diverse airplane upset events, wake turbulence encounters, and alternate control strategies 


2017 Auction Payment Information 

Auction Payment Arrangements for PT6A-34AG Engine: Potential buyers must provide a letter of credit from a financial institution to NAAA and place 10% down as an initial deposit. The estimated value of the engine is TBD. Send letter of credit to Lindsay Barber.

Auction Payment Arrangements for all other items: NAAA items selling for $3,000 or more require either payment in full or a 10% deposit at the time of purchase. The balance must be paid within 30 days of the auction. Item will be transferred upon receipt of payment in full. Payment must be made via cash, certified check, credit card or wire transfer.

All items selling for less than $3,000 must be paid in full at the time of the auction. Payments may be made by cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa and American Express).

Auction Shipping Arrangements:  NAAA is not responsible for shipping auction items. You can make arrangements with T3 Expo, the exhibitor service's company, to ship your auction purchases for you. The company can pack and ship anything you purchase.