Flint Auto Auction Unveils New Website

May 13, 2013
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Flint Auto Auction has recently launched a newly-designed website, which brings information about the auction and its various departments, sale dates and vehicle inventory together in an easy-to-use, intuitive interface at www.flintaa.com

The front page of Flint's new website provides a snapshot of the auction's Wednesday sale, with a lane breakdown, featured consignors and direct links to inventory lists via AuctionEdge.
The front page of Flint's new website provides a snapshot of the auction's Wednesday sale, with a lane breakdown, featured consignors and direct links to inventory lists via AuctionEdge.

"Our new website puts a wealth of information about our auction at our customers' fingertips," says Bill Williams, auction president. "We talked with a number of customers to find out which tools they use most frequently when visiting our auction online, and we designed the new website make those tools easily accessible." 

The front page of Flint's new website provides a snapshot of the auction's Wednesday sale, with a lane breakdown, featured consignors and direct links to inventory lists via AuctionEdge. The page also gives customers' a bird's-eye view of upcoming sales and special events. 

"Our new website has been live for just a few weeks, but the response to the new design has been very positive," said John Luce, auction vice president. "Buyers and sellers appreciate being able to quickly identify sale events at the auction on the front page. They can also easily find information about the various services we offer at Flint, along with contact information about members of our auction team who can help them." 

"Customers can access the portal to AuctionPipeline directly from the front page, all the tools made available by AuctionEdge are just a click away," continued Luce. "From vehicle searches and condition reports, to online buying and post-sale results, customers can access it all through www.flintaa.com

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