Silent auction Dec. 3-4 to feature restaurants, hotels, golf courses

Club managers student chapter raising funds for national conference
​Jerry Poling | November 28, 2018

UW-Stout students from the Club Managers Association of America are hoping to travel to Nashville, Tenn., in February for a special professional event. They’re hosting their own special event to help get there.

The CMAA student chapter will hold its annual silent auction Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 3-4. An online auction is from 10 a.m. Monday to 7 p.m. Tuesday.

CMAA logoAn in-person auction for separate items will be held from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the second-floor lobby of Heritage Hall, 415 10th Ave. E. Parking is free in UW-Stout lots after 4 p.m.

Students and professors from the School of Hospitality Leadership have tapped many resources to develop a varied list of auction items. The items include hotel and resort stays, rounds of golf, restaurant gift certificates, wines from around the world, apparel and other merchandise from local and regional businesses.

The auctions will have from 150 to 200 items.

The club plans to use proceeds from the auction to help 24 students attend the CMAA World Conference in Nashville in late February, said club President Missy  Dahl, of Drummond, a senior majoring in hotel, restaurant and tourism management.

The conference draws about 3,500 industry professionals from around the world. In recent years, most UW-Stout CMAA members often return with an internship or full-time job offer.


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