Meet the Wooley Auctioneers
Three generations, same integrity.
Brad H. Wooley is a second-generation auctioneer who joined the family auction business in 1975. His father, Brad L. (B.L.) Wooley, is a nationally prominent auctioneer who founded Wooley Auctioneers & Associates in 1950.
Brad is an Arkansas Real Estate Broker, a graduate of the International Auction School of Louisville, KY (1976) and the Forrest Mendenhall School of Auctioneering in High Point, NC (1977).
He earned his Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI) designation from Indiana University, Bloomington, IN in 1987, and is currently an instructor at the Texas Auction Academy. Brad’s dedication to the profession led him to serve in numerous positions of leadership and regulation.
Brad is a past President of the Arkansas Auctioneers Association (AAA) and nominated by his peers to the AAA Hall of Fame. He has served on the National Auctioneers’ Association’s (NAA) Board of Directors and is a four-time past President of the National Auctioneers’ License Law Officials Association (NALLOA).
In 1996, Brad was appointed by Governor Jim Guy Tucker to serve on the Arkansas Auctioneers’ Licensing Board (AALB). He held the position of Chairman of the Board until 2015. Brad has worked tirelessly to oversee the enactment and enforcement of Auction Law to protect the citizens of Arkansas.
Today, Brad Continues to operate Wooley Auctioneers, based in Little Rock, with his son Bradley W. Wooley selling all types of real estate and personal property at auction. For more than 40 years, Brad has conducted thousands of auctions in 18 states. He supports his community by conducting numerous charity auctions and events to raise awareness and financial support for local, state, and national charities.
Bradley Wooley is President of Wooley Auctioneers. A third-generation auctioneer, Bradley has grown up working in the family auction business. A 2005 graduate of Catholic High School in Little Rock, AR, Bradley earned his Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI) designation from Indiana University, Bloomington, IA, and his Auction Technology Specialist designation from the National Auctioneers Association in 2010.
Wooley is a graduate of the Texas Auction Academy and the Arkansas Institute of Real Estate, holding both his auctioneer’s license and real estate license since 2008.
In February of 2012, Bradley competed in and won the Arkansas State Bid Calling Competition and served as Arkansas State Champion Auctioneer for a full calendar year.
As an active member of both the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) and the Arkansas Auctioneers Association (AAA), Bradley has served on numerous committees as secretary-treasurer and is a past president. He is currently the NAA Ambassador for Arkansas and serves as chairman of the AAA Board of Directors.
In his time as a professional auctioneer, Bradley, has conducted hundreds of live and online auctions all over the Southern United States. He also supports his community by conducting benefit and charity auctions throughout the year for nonprofit organizations. His talents have generated hundreds of thousands for philanthropic organizations and charitable efforts.