DreamDirt.com Awarded #1 Auction Website Award
Auctioneer, Land Broker, Founder
Jason is an Auctioneer and Land Broker in Iowa and the surrounding states. The DreamDirt team is comprised of auctioneers, land brokers, and realtors. We specialize in farmland sales primarily serving the heirs to family farms all across Iowa and some surrounding states. Today's report details Iowa's current land market for land sold at auctions.
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REVISION: After received these awards we also received the same award on the national level. You can read more on that here DreamDirt.com the #1 Auction Company Website in the Nation
DreamDirt was recently the recipient of several important awards for our marketing products. Each year auctioneers gather at conventions and compete for various marketing awards for the year. DreamDirt was once again the #1 auction website along with several other awards. DreamDirt Auctioneers Tom Bradley and Jason Dvorak also competed in the bid calling contest and moved from the preliminary round onto finals which will occur in August at the Iowa State Fair. Below is a press release that talks about DreamDirt’s awards.
DreamDirt scores four for four in Iowa marketing awards
MONDAMIN, Iowa – DreamDirt walked away from the recent Iowa Auctioneers Association winter convention with four first-place awards out of seven categories for its marketing and advertising efforts.
“Because we’re in the business of selling land, machinery and other assets for our clients, it’s important to make sure we’re doing so in a way that measures up to others in the marketplace. The IAA’s competition gives us a more objective measure how we’re doing. There are always some really good entries, so it was great to come away with first place awards in each category we entered,” said Jason Smith, president of the firm.
DreamDirt’s first-place recognitions came in the Real Estate, Commercial/Industrial, Website and Business Presentations categories.
Smith said he and wife Nicole started the company in 2006 and remain the core of the business, even though it now has offices in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri as well as Iowa. “We are growing and expanding, but our top priority is to make sure that we have the resources in place to do a quality job for each seller. DreamDirt may not be the biggest auction company or real estate brokerage around, but we hopefully demonstrated that we can compete with anybody when it comes to drawing attention to an upcoming auction,” he said.
He said a weakening market for farmland makes effective marketing more important than ever. “Farmland prices in Iowa are down 9 percent or more, and that makes it even more important to market every property professionally and effectively,” said Smith.
DreamDirt’s Auctioneer at Winterset Iowa Tom Bradley says “The Internet, smart phones, iPads and the likes have greatly changed how people buy and sell. At DreamDirt we’ve taken a strategic approach to being early adopters and using every resource possible to ensure we are in front of as many people as possible. DreamDirt’s approach melds the tried and true auction methods with today’s technology and its been incredibly successful in the marketplace.”
DreamDirt, headquartered in Mondamin, Iowa, sells farmland, farm equipment, real estate and other assets through live and online auctions, as well as through private treaty.
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