World Automobile Auctioneers Championship
The 2016 World Automobile Auctioneers Championship will be webcast live from Manheim Pennsylvania on Friday, April 29th starting at 8am Eastern Daylight Time and is FREE for all online viewers. Cheer on your hometown favorite Auctioneers, teams and/or Ringmen, and catch all of the fun and excitement of the 2016 World Automobile Auctioneers Championship at your leisure, exclusively on www.niada.tv. For additional information contact Paul C. Behr at (303) 807-1108.
The 2016 host hotel will be offering $119 room rates by using the discount code/account # "WAAC" call now to reserve your room.
Eden Resort Inn & Conference Center
The 2015 World Automobile Auctioneers Championship was Hosted by:
6600 Auction Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89165
Phone: (702) 730-1400
The 2015 World Automobile Auctioneers Championship was held Friday April 17, 2015 at Manheim Nevada Auto Auction in Las Vegas with 139 contestants competing in three categories.
Bobby D. Ehlert of Phoenix, Ariz., was crowned the world champion auto auctioneer at the 2015 World Auto Auctioneers Championship, held April 17 at Manheim Nevada in Las Vegas. Ehlert held off runner-up Michael J. Chambers of Atkinson, N.H., and TJ Freije of Clayton, Ind., for the title in the final round. "The competition was as close as it's ever been in the 27 years of the championship," WAAC president Paul C. Behr said.Sean Allen of Morrison, Colo., earned the ringman trophy over Kris Mooney of Newberg, Ore., and Cody Long of Austin, Tex. Allen also claimed part of another championship, joining fellow Coloradoan Scott Goodhue to win the team competition. Two Alabama teams – Blake McDaniel and Dustin Taylor, and Jeff Bynum and Ben Gunter – took second and third. The 2016 WAAC will be held at Manheim Pennsylvania, the world's largest auto auction
The 2015 WAAC Highlights can be viewed below