IBAT's 33rd Annual LIVE & SILENT Auction Fundraiser


The major PAC fundraiser of the year happens at the annual IBAT convention. The Leadership Division conducts both a silent and live auction fundraiser. IBAT members can contribute items to the auction including fishing and hunting trips, jewelry, regional specialties, sports memorabilia, children's toys, and collectibles. PAC Auction donations and purchases are a fun way to contribute to the ongoing success of community banking in the Texas Legislature. State law restricts the resale of alcohol, and sadly, we are unable to accept donations of alcoholic beverages for the Auction.

There are two ways to participate:
  1. Donate An Item
    Choose something unique. Be creative! Don’t have time to shop? If you would like to make a monetary donation instead of donating an item for the Auction, your contribution will be recognized during the event and will be added to PAC Auction totals. The PAC Auction is one of the most popular events during the IBAT Annual Convention. Fill out the online Auction Pledge Form  or download the form here
  2. Purchase An Item
    Enjoy the live and silent auctions and make a purchase from the many gift items your colleagues have chosen to entice you.


The Silent Auction is officially open!
Click here to check out the items available (new items are added daily) and start your bidding!
(Mobile device registration is required - click the green "Register for Event" button.)

2019 Auction Memories



 
 


 
 
IBAT PAC and IBAT FedPAC contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. All contributions to the IBAT PAC and IBAT FedPAC are voluntary. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year. State election regulations require political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $50 in a calendar year. Remember, no corporate contributions to the State or Federal PAC can be accepted.

If you or your company provide investment or securities products or services and you or your company are registered with FINRA, the SEC or the Texas State Securities Board as an investment advisor according to SEC Rule 206(4)-5, and FINRA Rule 2030 (the “Pay-to-Play Rules”), you may only contribute personal funds to the IBAT FedPAC and other restrictions may apply.