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Golden Rule - Wilson wins state advertising awards

The Kentucky Auctioneer's Association held its annual Convention the weekend of January 21, 2023, in Lexington, KY. Golden Rule - Wilson Real Estate & Auction brought home several state advertising awards including: Best Real Estate and Personal Property Newspaper Advertisement (B&W), Best Personal Property Newspaper Advertisement (B&W), & Best Radio Advertisement.

Local Auctioneer Alex Popplewell won Professional Division State Reserve Champion Auctioneer, and Wesson Burton brought home the State Junior Division Championship.




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Kentucky Auctioneer's Association awards



2023-01-23 - Lexington, KY - Photo courtesy Chris Wilson.
Golden Rule - Wilson Real Estate & Auction brought home several state advertising awards, and local Auctioneer Alex Popplewell and Wesson Burton won individual awards, at the Kentucky Auctioneer's Association annual convention in Lexington this weekend.

Pictured accepting the awards (from left to right): Simon Wilson, Chris Wilson, Alex Popplewell and Wesson Burton.

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