According to the website biographytribune.com, Amy Assiter was born in 1969 in St. Paul’s Valley, Oklahoma, which makes her 49 years old. She grew up on a family ranch in Alex, Oklahoma. In her teenage years, she was a musical performer, and then decided to quit, and try her hand an auctioneering. She is one of the best-known female auctioneers in the industry. At the beginning of her auctioneer career, she was trained by famed auctioneer Ralph Wade. She was also one of the most popular auctioneers with Barrett-Jackson before she left the company.
Amy Assiter Marriage Details
She is married to Spanky Assiter, who is also an auctioneer. They married in 2004. The couple have three daughters who are now grown. They are named Julia Sparks, Alli Assiter, and Britanny Sidwell.
Amy Assiter Education Details
After graduating from high school, Amy attended Oklahoma State University with a degree in Economics. In 1998, she worked as a commodity broker for KIS commodities, and in one year, she became the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association (SAA) Rookie Champion.
Amy Assiter Career Details
In 2000, she became a reserve champion, then became the International Auctioneer Championship Women’s Division (IAC) in her first attempt. During her first year, she became became goodwill ambassador with NAA. During the new few years, she gained more and more notoriety before joining Barrett-Jackson in 2003. The company began in the early 1970s by Russ Jackson and Tom Barrett. They are the greatest collector car auction in the world, and they are covered by Speed TV. Their specialization is in antique and classic cars, and they are based in Scottsdale, Arizona. They have raised over 100 million in funds for charity, and many car companies have joined them in their events. Amy credits her ability to read body language in helping her to achieve success in the auctioning world.
Amy also instructs at the Worldwide College of Auctioneering, and is also a private coach. She quietly left Barrett-Jackson, as did her husband, and it was believed to have been caused by a contract dispute. She had worked for the company for over twenty years. She has her own company, which is called Assiter Auctioneers, with her husband, and they also work with real estate auctions. They currently have a home in Canyon, Texas, where their businesses are located. She loves music, and in particular, country music. As a young girl, she was introduced to music by her father. She has even released a country album, called My Name is Amy. She used the money earned from her collection to help military families, a cause in which she is heavily involved in with her daughter called Freedom’s Children. Amy is a strong influence on her own daughter, and is a role model on how to get ahead in the business world as a female. Amy is active with the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She is also a member of Toastmasters, the NAA Children’s Auction Committee, National Association of Women Business Owners, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals
Amy Assiter Social Media Presence
Amy at one time, had a strong presence online in the social media world. From 2012, she had been active on Facebook and Twitter, and used the platforms both to communicate with her followers and to promote her events and work, and also used it to detail some of her experiences working as an auctioneer, more specifically, as a female auctioneer. Eventually, however, Amy stopped posting on her online social media accounts. The reason for that is not known. Amy has not disappeared from larger auctioneering world, however, and she still makes appearances at many car auctions, and also at auctioneering organizations.
Amy Assiter Net Worth
Amy’s net worth is $1 million. Auctioneering is her primary source of income, and that is counting all of the businesses she runs with her husband.
Amy Assiter Body Measurements
There also is not currently any information in regards to Amy’s body measurement or physical stats, which include her height, weight, hair color, and eye color, and anything else which would describe her appearance. Some people have said that her beauty is part of what draws people, particularly men, to the houses in which she auctions at, and also the events that she has signed up to attend.