Auction Team

Spanky Assiter, Broker, MBA, IAC, CAI, AARE Chairman & Founder

Spanky is a long term broker and real estate professional. Using the auction method he has sold over a billion dollars in properties. His love and passion for the auction business has resulted in his becoming one of the most dynamic and sought after auctioneers in the world. He has conducted auctions across the United States, England, Canada, South America, Puerto Rico and South Africa. In the summer of 2007, Spanky’s global impact on the auction industry was recognized when he became one of the youngest inductees into the National Auctioneers Association Hall of Fame and the Texas Auctioneers Association Hall of Fame. In 1991, he was awarded International Champion Auctioneer at the National Auctioneers Association Convention. He was named Texas State Champion Auctioneer the same year. Recognized again in 1994, when he was elected to the National Auctioneers Association's Board of Directors, Spanky has served on many committees within the organization, and has served as past president and in every office except secretary/treasurer for the Texas Auctioneers Association. From 1992 to 2015, he held court at the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction, billed as the greatest collector car auction in the world, with extensive televised coverage on Speed TV.

Amy Assiter, CAI, IAC President & Co-Owner

Amy is a mother and wife, with a highly successful professional career, which inspires other women to look towards their goals, and pursue a dream. This recognized “force of nature” has succeeded in taking the auction industry by storm. In her career, Amy has amassed recognition and received acclaim in a much shorter period of time than many of her peers. She has an unofficial fan club made up of auto and auction enthusiasts from around the world. In February of 1999, she won the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association (OSAA) Rookie Champion, and in February of 2000, won the Oklahoma State Reserve Champion. She was the first female in the history of the association to achieve either of these levels. In 2000 she rang in the new Millennium by winning the industry's most coveted title, International Auctioneer Champion, (IAC) Women's Division­­—in her first attempt at the title. During her reign, as the IAC, she served as the Goodwill Ambassador for the National Auctioneers Association (NAA). This responsibility included raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital through benefit auctions, conducting educational and motivational seminars and workshops nationwide, and working with the media on behalf of the auction industry. In 2003, Amy took her place as an auctioneer and bidder assistant at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, billed as the greatest collector car auction in the world, with extensive televised coverage on Speed TV Cable Channel, allowing her to exhibit her talents on national TV. "Amy Sparks-Assiter is what we would call a real Sweetheart, in the most respectful sense, a genuine nice person, who is passionate about her career and life." – Bill Posner, Mustang Generations

Ryan Rickles, Agent (c)806.584.8954

Lila Monden, Agent (c)806.335.6562

Lindsey Rickles, Agent (c)806.584.3336