Branson Postpones April Auction

We have been notified this morning that the Board of Alderman and the Mayor of Branson have all agreed and signed into action a new and enforceable ordinance restricting occupancy of all public spaces. As you know, the Branson Convention Center is owned by the City of Branson and the location of the Branson Auction, therefore it is one of the focus points for this mandate.

The ordinance states that the occupancy rating of any public space will be limited to 25% of that number and social distancing shall also be enforced to a minimum of 6 feet.

While it is a great disappointment for us and all our friends wanting to participate it is obvious that far more important issues exist for all Americans who will once again prove their strength and resolve until this crisis is over and our lives return to normal.

The Branson Auction scheduled for April 17 – 18 is postponed until further notice. Be assured that as soon as this war on the Covid 19 disease has been won we will bring back the auction as soon as possible. Stay tuned to the website as well as our Facebook page for the latest updates.

Thank you for your understanding and resolve. Stay safe and take care of the ones you love.

—Jim, Kathy, Deb, Larry and the entire staff of The Branson Auction.

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