Silent Auction More than Successful at 2011 Credit Congress

Credit Congress provides attendees with a number of ways to support the NACM Scholarship Foundation. There’s the Annual Golf Outing, the raffle of a free Credit Congress registration, and the annual Silent Auction, held during the Monday night Beer and Browse Reception in the Expo Hall.

Previous events have auctioned off purses, clothing, hotel stays, and personal electronics, and this year featured an equally eclectic collection of items. Among them were some Nashville-inspired items like Jack Daniels’ Tennessee Whiskey and collections of classic country albums, while others included Kindle e-readers, iPods and elegant jewelry.

Attendees did their best to outbid their competition and win the item, all in a fun, spirited atmosphere, and for the benefit of the NACM Scholarship Foundation, which provides credit professionals with more opportunities to enhance their skills and raises the profile of the commercial credit field in general.

To learn more about NACM's Scholarship Foundation, click here. Stay tuned to NACM's Blog for more 2011 Credit Congress updates.

Jacob Barron, NACM staff writer

No comments:

Post a Comment