WHY IS GEORGE FRANCO CALLED YOUR "GOOD NEWS" AUCTIONEER?
George spent decades in the rough and tumble world of television news as a highly regarded award winning journalist. His passion for helping others led George to take an early at Fox 5 News in Atlanta after stints in other markets including Los Angeles, Sacramento and Albuquerque.
George wanted to bring good news to the world, thus Your "Good News" Auctioneer was born. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, wrote this article about your 'Good News' Auctioneer.
As a seasoned television personality, George fills the stage with energy, wit, humor and an understandable chant. He becomes an "Ambassador of Goodwill", inviting patrons to become part of something larger than themselves.
George is among an elite group of auctioneers to hold the designation of Benefit Auctioneer Specialist (BAS). Only 3% of auctioneers nationwide hold a BAS, which is designated by the National Auctioneers Association based on rigorous and continuing fundraising and educational training on best practices. George is also a certified bilingual auctioneer in Spanish and English.
George's favorite mantra is by Maya Angelou; "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
It's the core of emotional generosity, an empathy with a cause greater than oneself. By tapping into that deeper connection, George invites patrons on a journey of goodwill, generosity and fun, resulting in exponentially larger financial gains.
To speak with George directly please call 404-433-7079.
BRINGING "GOOD NEWS" TO YOUR FUNDRAISER!
George Franco auctioneering at Wonderoot
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
George with happy bidder at Praise Academy