From the Desk of Angie Lawson
In a rare solitary moment at the end of the day in our office, I am able to forget about the “task” of work and walk around the gallery, appreciating the beauty of this job. We have the best interior designer, moving crew, Director of Operations, auction day staff, consignors and buyers. How it all comes together each month is a work of art in and of itself.
My social media accounts demand attention all day long with merchandisers and resellers posting
photos of their offerings. But no one can come close to the professional presentation, or preparation, completed by our staff, or the high quality of the items our sellers entrust to us. Many of our staff, buyers and consignors have been around this company since before Darin and I have. It is a joyfully humble and peaceful feeling to be able to say that all of this happens because of the years of experience they have, as well as their dedication and work ethic.
We are ALWAYS on deadline. It may often seem that we are hustling around our customers on auction day, but the reason we do it is to make sure that our consignors and our buyers have the best experience possible. We, for a moment, don’t take for granted the amount of trust our sellers have
placed in us, nor do we undervalue our buyers. We have so many wonderful customers.
Each and every month, I look forward to seeing you, if only a glance in my hustle. Don’t think for one moment that you didn’t just make my day by being here!
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