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Beth Rose, Beth Rose Real Estate & Auctions, Maumee, Ohio, will serve as the NAA President for 2021-2022.


Overland Park, Kansas (July 20, 2021)After one year as National Auctioneers Association (NAA) Vice President, Beth Rose, CAI, AARE, AMM, of Maumee, Ohio, took office as NAA President. Beth was unanimously elected by members at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the National Auctioneers Association.

Rose is only the third woman to hold the title of president of the NAA. This year marked an historic event as Rose received the presidential gavel from outgoing NAA President Terri Walker, CAI, BAS, CES. This is the first time in NAA history the presidency has passed from one woman to another

“Being able to serve an industry I am passionate about has been an amazing experience and a great honor,” Rose said. “I am excited for the work ahead to make a difference to our association and lead with strength and professionalism.”

Rose has served the NAA in various capacities including on the Education Institute Trustees, Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI) chair, vice chair of the Governance Committee, as an International Auctioneer Championship winner and chair, an auction marketing campaign of the year winner, and she is a 2000 recipient of the CAI Rose Award (named after her late father, David Rose).

Rose is a second-generation auctioneer and owner of Beth Rose Real Estate and Auctions, with offices in Ohio, Michigan and Florida. The company’s primary business focus is residential and commercial real estate, and golf courses, with some notable multi-million-dollar sales.

In addition to her service within the auction industry, Rose is also devoted to her community. She was given the Waterville Chamber of Commerce Community Leadership award. She is also the co-founder of the 501(c)3 Blessings in Disguise, which is a non-profit dedicated to providing financial aid to individuals in need of assistance regarding health, education, and welfare related situations.

We have a bright future ahead of us and a clear path to get there,” Rose said. “We have a talented Board of Directors and leadership that shares the same enthusiasm for this great association. It's my pleasure to give back and lead an association that has given so much to me over my career that has been instrumental in my success!

Rose will serve as president until July 2022, when the next president will take office at the 73rd International Conference & Show in San Diego, California.

CAI, AARE, AMM, BAS and CES are designations awarded by the National Auctioneers Association. For more information, visit

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The National Auctioneers Association represents thousands of auctioneers from the U.S. and across the world. The NAA serves auction entrepreneurs with services provided based on four cornerstones: promotions, advocacy, education and community. Founded in 1949, the NAA’s headquarters are in Overland Park, Kansas. To learn more about the auction method of marketing or find an auctioneer, please visit