Whether you’re a seasoned trade show attendee of are considering going for the first time, we are hosting two free Valuation 20/20 webinars being held February 13th and February 18th, both at 3:00 pm EST. Karen Connolly, the event organizer, along with Blaine Feyen of Real Value Group; Mark Skapinetz of What’s it Worth; and Josh Walitt of Walitt Solutions will give details on what you should expect and how to plan for the show. It’s always helpful to hear from those who have been before and know the city inside and out. Follow the links to the February 13th Webinar and the February 18th Webinar.
If you want to go to the Trade Show for free, we have several easy contests for the month of February designed to appeal to a variety of talents! It could be as easy as rummaging through your photo files or shooting a quick video. For those more adventurous, take a photo of a quick doodle of an appraiser cartoon and send it in. It’s easy to win! We’ll email you when you win and announce winners weekly in the newsletters on the Monday after the contest ends.
Contest runs until February 14th, 2020
Maybe you’ve been to a Valuation Expo before and you already know what a great experience it is. Maybe you’ve never been and want to go this year. Shoot a quick video telling us why you love the show or why you’d love to go! You get points for originality. Surely, the location in New Orleans will give you inspiration. Send in your video to firstname.lastname@example.org! The winner will be given a FREE trade show pass to our Spring Valuation 20/20 in New Orleans!
Strange Photo Contest
Contest runs until February 21st, 2020.
Have you ever come across something bizarre during an inspection? We want to see your photos! Maybe you’ve seen a stain glass mural dedicated to Elvis or a huge taxidermied deer sitting at a piano – either way, it’s bizarre and something you’d definitely take a picture of. Send your strange photo to email@example.com for a chance to win. It’s just that easy.
Contest runs until February 28th, 2020
Appraisers love a good laugh and we do too. We want to see some of your best comics! Here’s an example from Jerry King called “25 Years Later”:
Whether you’re an actual artist or someone who can manage to mess up a stick figure, we want to see your art. To enter, send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have any comments or would you like to submit content of your own? Email email@example.com.