With over 23 years of experience managing, consulting and executing benefit auctions, Eric David Auctions has helped a variety of non-profits raise substantial funds through well-planned and engaging events. We work collaboratively with you as an integral part of your organization.

Passionate about helping non-profit organizations prosper and thrive, Eric David Auctions provides expertise in the management and execution of all aspects of an auction. We will help you plan, organize and conduct a successful event that is both lucrative for the organization and enjoyable for the guests!

Eric D. Mamroth – Auctioneer and Auction Consultant
EricMamroth36Eric began his auction career in 1998 working for a large benefit auction company in Washington where he learned all aspects of auction events and honed his auctioneering skills. In 2008, Eric founded Eric David Auctions to offer non-profit organizations comprehensive and affordable auction services that maximize fun, funds and finesse.

Eric embraces an organization’s mission so he is able to truly promote the work each organization does. He enjoys working with volunteers and staff as a coach, innovator and troubleshooter. He appeals to his audiences’ interests and has a warm, accessible auctioneering style that makes guests comfortable and excited about bidding and happy to part with their money.

Supporting the community is important to Eric and he has been a volunteer for several non-profit organizations including Big Brothers and Big Sisters, PAWS, the Market Foundation, Seattle Animal Shelter and Purrfect Pals.

In addition to his auctioneering skills, Eric is a certified facilitator and award-winning public speaker. A long time member of Toastmasters, he has held several leadership positions. Eric has a Masters in Teaching from the University of Washington.

Augie – Chief Wiggle Butt
Augie graduated Summa Canine Laude from Top Dog University with degrees in guest greeting and lap warming. A great listener and a good friend to all, he loves being an inspiration to his coworkers especially when a treat is part of the deal.photo1