2016 AOA National Show & Auction

2016 AOA National Show & Auction

March 17–20, 2016
War Memorial Coliseum
4000 Parnell Ave
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Free Admission
Parking—Cash Only
$5 Main Lot
$8 Preferred Lot

Welcome to Fort Wayne, Indiana!
AOA Breeder Cup
AOA National Supreme Championship

Alpaca Auction CatalogAOA National Alpaca Auction

Friday • March 18, 2016 • 4:30 p.m. EDT

If you are unable to attend the auction, bidding is available by phone at 503-704-9229.

Download the auction catalog and watch via live stream by visiting

The National Alpaca Auction will kick off by auctioning off a legendary herdsire portrait done by celebrity artist Dr. Nicolosi.
Watch to find out who the first legendary herdsire in the series is!

All phone buyers will be contacted by phone and or email after the auction for settlement and transportation instructions.


About the Alpaca Owners Association National Alpaca Show & Auction

What better way to learn more about our growing alpaca industry than to talk to breeders and see hundreds of alpacas face-to-face in one location? Now you can. And it’s FREE!

Over 900 alpacas will gather from across the country for the AOA National Show & Auction.

These alpacas will compete in the show ring competition and be judged on both conformation and fleece quality for both Suri and Huacaya alpacas.

Dozens of vendors will sell the latest alpaca fashions and hand-crafted items plus many other alpaca products.

On Friday, March 18, the AOA National Alpaca Auction hosted by Celebrity Sales begins at 4:30 p.m. EDT. Admission is free and a cash bar will be available. The National Auction is the premiere event of the year for the North American alpaca industry.

Alpaca Owners Association, Inc. (AOA)

The AOA Headquarters Office has been located in Lincoln, Nebraska, since 2004 and serves as the national livestock association for alpacas in North America. As the largest alpaca association in the world with more than 10,000 members and 230,000 registered alpacas, AOA facilitates the expansion of a strong and sustainable alpaca industry through the tracking of bloodlines, registration and transfer of alpacas, genetic testing, national educational outreach, the national show system, alpaca and alpaca product marketing, public relations, and its highly respected judges training program.