The Wisconsin Auctioneers Association is a non-profit trade association that exists for the purpose of promoting the growth and professionalism of the auction method of marketing and Auctioneering in the State of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Auctioneers Association actively advocates for the auction industry through grassroots lobbying and a WAA legislative fund. Member engagement and donations are key to the success of WAA advocacy efforts.
From professional licensing and small business regulations to changing real estate and tax laws, the issues impacting the auction industry are many. Led by the Legislative Committee, the WAA’s efforts focus on proactively identifying, prioritizing and acting upon state issues that affect the way our members do business.
Explore the ways that you can help.
Click the buttons below to learn about the position of the WAA on various issues.
WAA promotes grassroots lobbying for WAA advocacy. In order to assist auctioneers and others in this effort, WAA will supply Talking Points for when you meet with your representative.
The WAA hosts an annual Day on the Hill at the State Capitol in Madison to advocate for the association’s most critical issues and promote the auction industry.
The WAA Legislative Committee would like to do something similar to the Tennessee Task Force on Auction Law Modernization.
Auctioneer Law Modernization Task Force Additional Resources.
WAA actively supports auction and small business issues and some of these activities require financing. The WAA has a separate legislative fund to provide financial support to these activities. The WAA Legislative Fund is not a political action committee, so anyone may contribute.