Rosa Miller, Michael Gurney and Brian Munson are the “talking heads” were the auctioneers for the 53rd Annual Prince Rupert Rotary Auction on Nov. 13. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

VIDEO: Behind the scenes of the Rotary Auction

The Prince Rupert Rotary Auction relies on many volunteers to make the three-day event a success

The Prince Rupert Rotary Auction is a three-day event and is put together by dozens of volunteers. This video takes you behind the scenes of Day 1, and all the roles the volunteers play.

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A behind the scenes look at the Prince Rupert Rotary Auction and all the volunteers who help deliver the goods to the successful bidders. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

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