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Facts For Auction

Facts  For   Auction

Parents, your child has been working hard raising his/her animal project and time is drawing near to the grand finale – the Livestock Show and Auction. There are approximately fifty Bellaire FFA students raising animals or exhibiting visual arts projects at this year's show. 

Having enough Buyers for all projects is critically important to a successful show! With student participation growing, your help is needed more than ever to ensure we “fill those buyer’s seats!” 

You can make a difference by:
1. Recruiting business buyers
 Contact existing FFA Supporters (FFA Catalog)
 Talk to your employer and/or your business about becoming a buyer for your child’s project
         - Contact businesses you often do business with
2. Become a buyer yourself
Contact our Buyer's Committee and talk to them about signing-up TODAY!
3. Join an existing buyers group 
 - There are many groups that come year after year to support our students & would love to have you join
           them! If you'd rather start up a new buyer's group of some of your closest friends, family members,
   neighbors etc. you can do that too! Our Buyer's Committee is eager and willing to help step you through the
   process of signing up. 

Mr. Chris Parrack- (cell) 713-206-1304
                            - (email)

Buyers Rewards Include: 

1. Increased visibility within the FFA community
2. Potential tax deduction
3. Networking with other business partners
4. Role in development of future leaders
5. It’s a great way to meet others in your community that share the same interests as you

Encourage your child to visit potential buyers and introduce themselves to others. Most Buyers love to hear from students and enjoy learning about their animal, horticulture and visual arts projects. The FFA Chapter has Buyer Information Forms available below and can be used as a handout. The Buyer forms are a great tool to use when soliciting potential new buyers.


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