Dennis Bolin

Professional Ringman

Dennis Bolin 1Dennis Bolin joins the PRI instructors with a unique history having attended the very first PRI Training in 1996 as a candidate. Prior to attending PRI, he was active in the Cattle and Horse business and was a Railroad employee. His timing was perfect to attend PRI as he had been notified by his employer that the Springfield division of their Railroad Company would soon be closing. In 1995, Dennis was introduced to the business by assisting as Ringman at a few Cattle Sales. After attending PRI in the summer of 1996, his Ringman Employment  quickly began to blossom and he began serving as Ringman at his first Auto Auction in Kansas City the  very next week.  Before the  season drew to a close, Dennis had amazingly worked over 75 Auctions that year.

Dennis Bolin 2In 1997, Dennis served as Professional Ringman at over 220 Auctions and he's never worked less than 200 Auctions per year since then. Because of PRI Training, his income often reaches as much as $2,500 per week and his sales include Auto Auctions, Cattle and Horse Sales, Real Estate, and Farm Auctions.

Dennis is currently serving as Professional Ringman at four weekly Auto Auctions as well as working several Cattle and Horse Sales annually. He states "because of the training I received at PRI, I'm able to close an additional 5-10 sales per week at each Auto Auction I work and I'm much more productive for the Auctioneers & Managers I work for."

Dennis brings with him a true working knowledge of the difference between a bidspotter and a Professional Ringman.

Contact Information

Brian Rigby, CAI, AARE

959 S. Mill St.
Rogersville, Missouri 65742

Office: 417.753.7653
Fax: 417.753.7654

PRI San Jose: January 2018 Training!

January 26-28, 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton
Hotel Campbell
Pruneyard Plaza
Campbell, California

PRI Springfield: February 2018 Training!

February 8-10, 2018
Clarion Inn & Suites
Springfield, Missouri

PRI Branson: May 2018 Training!

May 24-26, 2018
The Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center
Branson, Missouri




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