A huge selection of sports paraphernalia, entertainment and historical memorabilia, VIP trips and hunting packages, jewellery and handbags, and spirit and wine packages are among the diverse selection of items that will be auctioned during the 2020 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, January, 28-30th.

The silent auction is presented through the special collaboration of IPPE and Expo Auctions in Sugar Hill, Georgia. Net proceeds will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank, a non-profit organisation that helps more than 755,000 people obtain healthy food each year throughout metro Atlanta and North Georgia.

Separate silent auctions will take place on each day of the 2020 IPPE, beginning Tuesday, January 28th and ending Thursday, January 30th. Show attendees and exhibit personnel will be able to view most of the auction items displayed on tables located at the Expo Auction booth, BC427, in the BC-Hall. These and other auction items are open now for early bidding.

Expo Auctions' mobile bidding platform allows bidders to participate from anywhere in the world using their smartphone. There are two easy ways to begin bidding. Visit the official auction website at expoexpo.cbo.io or text EXPO AUCTIONS to 56651, or click on the Silent Auction button in the IPPE mobile app. You can also see an auction representative for assistance at booth BC427.

Text notifications, communicating payment options and pick up, will be sent to bid winners at the close of each day's auction. Winning bidders, including those not attending the 2020 IPPE, will be charged for shipping their merchandise if required.

'We are pleased to provide a channel through the IPPE Silent Auction to support the Atlanta Community Food Bank and its effort to fight hunger in Atlanta and North Georgia," said IPPE show organisers.

More information about the 2020 IPPE, including registration details and lodging, is available on the IPPE website, HERE.

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