Kathy’s No Cost Tele-Seminar on Feb 24

I’m so excited you’re reading this because…

Next Thursday, February 24, I’ll host a *Free 60-minute
telephone seminar chock-full of practical tips to raise
more money at your charity auction.

My “Ask Kathy Kingston” call was created with you in mind.
I’ll answer as many of your specific questions as I can about
how to raise more auction money in any economy.

** In a hurry? Register now http://www.AskKathyKingston.com/ **

Now is your chance to submit your question and join us for this
inspiring call to gain valuable ideas and action steps that you can
apply right away.

Here are just a few questions I’ve already selected to answer
on the call:

  • How can I get people to attend auctions when they don’t want
    to spend money right now?
  • Any tips for getting people to really bid and add excitement?
  • What types of items should we focus on, what sells best?
  • What is the best way bring new donors and sponsors to our auction?
  • What are some tips to add a Fund A Need?

I’ll be answering as many questions as I can so there’s still time to send
me yours.

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ASK KATHY KINGSTON TELE-SEMINAR
Thursday, February 24th at 1pm EASTERN / 10am PACIFIC

Take 60 Seconds to Register and
Send in Your Top Question for the
Ask Kathy Kingston No-Cost
Telephone Seminar

Click here to ask YOUR Question.
http://www.AskKathyKingston.com/

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Even if you don’t have a question, take a moment to sign up
so you can listen and learn.

Can’t make the call? No problem! Those who register will receive a
free audio recording sent to their inbox after the live call.

I hope to hear you on the call.

To Your Auction Success,

Kathy Kingston, CAI, BAS
Fundraising Consultant and Auctioneer

P.S. >>RSVP for Thursday, February 24<<
http://www.AskKathyKingston.com/

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