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TexasBid conducting Live Auction for the TFRW Belle's & Boot"s Gala in Austin on March 2nd:

Boerne, TX Auctioneer to conduct auction for the 175th Anniversary of Texas Independence Belles & Boots Gala.

Boerne’s auctioneer and native Texan, Forres Meadows of TexasBid.com, will be conducting the Live Auction for the March 2nd for the 175th Anniversary of Texas Independence Belles & Boots Gala at the Driskill Hotel in Austin for the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW).

Forres will be using his professional auction skills to help raise money for the TFRW. Forres also holds the Benefit Auction Specialist designation (BAS). Being a Benefit Auction Specialist, Meadows’ helps many organizations raise funds with his professional skills as a Benefit Auctioneer. In the last 21 years as a professional auctioneer, Forres has helped organizations raise in excess of a million dollars for their causes. Meadows is among the less than one percent of auctioneers throughout North America with specialized training in Benefit Auctions, Auction Technology Specialist and a Certified Auctioneers Institute designation. as well.

The Live Auction on March 2nd has some unique items that you can only get at the auction. The supporters of the TFRW have acquired these fantastic Live Auction items:

1. Guitar Autographed by George Strait. Donated by: Forres Meadows.
2. Dinner for 6 with Senator Joan Huffman in her District SD 17. Donated by Senator Joan Huffman.
3. U.S. flag flown over Afghanistan Army base on date of purchaser’s choice. Donated by: Fort Bend County Constable Troy Nehls.
4. Four nights and three days in Breckenridge, Colorado 3 bedroom condo. See poster. Donated by: Lisa Roper.
5. U.S. flag flown over Texas capitol on Feb. 6, 2011. Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday. Donated by: Representative Sarah Davis.
6. Painting lovingly created for this event. Donated by: TFRW President Rebecca Bradford.
7. Texas flag flown over Texas capitol today, March 2, 2011 on the 175th anniversary of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Donated by: Representative Charlie Howard.

The Texas Federation of Republican Women is a volunteer army unmatched by any other women's organization. TFRW makes it possible for women to influence how local, state, and federal government manages such critical issues as health, crime, education, taxes and financial security. The TFRW's longstanding goals of education, training, participation in government, electing Republicans and encouraging Republican women to run for office has helped create a powerful organization that is over 11,000 members strong with 163 local clubs, 4 of which have just been formed this year, across the state of Texas.

TFRW is the second largest Republican women’s federation in the nation and is a member of the National Federation of Republican women. NFRW has over 880,000 members.

TFRW is undeniably the most powerful political organization in Texas today.

Seventeen years after the formation of the National Federation of Republican Women in 1938, the Texas Federation of Republican Women's Clubs was organized. Individual Republican women's clubs had been in existence in Texas prior to the organization of the National Federation, but it was not until 1955 that clubs existed in 75% of the state's congressional districts, which is the requirement for federating a state organization.

Forres conducts several benefit & charity gala’s here in the Texas Hill Country as well as all over the great State of Texas. He has been a professional auctioneer for almost 22 years and also runs the online auction site TexasBid.com that was voted in 2009 as the Best Auction Website in Texas by the Texas Auctioneers Association.

Contact Forres at (830) 230-5362 or visit his web site at www.TexasBid.com
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