Silent Auction


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t Miss ASEF’s First Silent Auction!
 Proceeds for the auction will support research grants in 2010.

 

When:          Sunday, June 13, 2010

Where:         During the President's Reception at Booth 633
                     ASE 21st Annual Scientific Sessions, San Diego, CA

Time:           10:15 am - 6:30 pm – Viewing of Items and Bidding
                      6:35 pm – Last Call for Bids
                      6:40 pm – Bidding Closed
                      6:45 pm – Winners Announced

 

 If you are interested in donating item(s) to the auction, please contact Mary Alice Dilday at madilday@asecho.org or by phone at (919) 297-7188 before April 30. 
 

Any donation will be honored with the tax deduction receipt for the value of the gift.  And, if you can’t donate, please be sure to check out the items for sale on Sunday on the Exhibit Floor!

 Items for Bid

Original Artwork by ASE Members
Fine Wine for the Wine Enthusiasts
Signed Echocardiography Textbooks authored by ASE Members
Original Handcrafted Jewelry
120 GB iPod Classic
Handcrafted Wooden Rocking Horse
Trips to Hawaii and Arizona
Original Photography

Wheel Thrown Pottery
ASE Educational Products
Inge Edler, MD's Original Thesis
and More!

                   

Silent auctions are auctions held without an auctioneer. People place their bids on sheets of paper instead.  Items up for bid will be displayed all day on Sunday in the Exhibit and Poster Hall of the San Diego Convention Center.  Each item for auction will have an Item Number and a corresponding clipboard with a bidding sheet.  The bidding sheet will provide the item description, item value, donor and minimum bid. To make a bid, simply record your name, phone number and bid amount on the clipboard.  If someone makes a higher bid than you, the bid will have to be at least $10 more than the previous bid ($10 increments).  You may bid on an item as many times as you wish until bidding is closed.   After the bidding process is closed, staff will tally the bids sheets and post the winners of each item.