Manheim Names New General Managers

March 20, 2014
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Manheim has named Michael Meyer as general manager for Manheim Arena Illinois and Greg Beck as general manager for Manheim San Francisco Bay. 

“Mike is a dynamic leader who will use his expertise and experiences to deliver solutions that help our customers succeed,” said Rock Anderson, RVP, West Region Operations. “The hiring of Greg is a true testament to Manheim’s goal of putting leaders in place to drive business growth and expand our customer base. Our customers will benefit from their leadership experiences, and vast industry knowledge and insights.”

MEYER
MEYER

Meyer, who joined Manheim in 2010 as dealer sales manager at Manheim El Paso, assumed his new role on Jan. 27. He has more than 10 years of automotive wholesale experience, including nearly five with Manheim. 

Later in 2010, Meyer was promoted to market account manager at Manheim El Paso. He served as general manager at Manheim El Paso before transitioning to the Bolingbrook, Ill., operating location.  Prior to joining Manheim, Meyer spent five years with Auction Broadcasting Company in Michigan. 

Originally from Michigan, Meyer earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Mich.

BECK
BECK

Beck has spent more than 13 years in the automotive wholesale industry. He began his role at Manheim San Francisco Bay, located in Hayward, on February 18. 

During his career, Beck spent more than nine years with E-Z GO Textron, where he was responsible for fleet golf cart sales and management for Northern California and Nevada.

A graduate of San Jose State University with a bachelor’s degree in management/economics, Beck is a Livermore, California resident. Beck began working in the automobile remarketing industry in 2001, and has experience as an operating location general manager, co-general manager and general sales manager.

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