ServNet Auctions Recognized

May 20, 2014
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ServNet auctions continue its tradition of superior performance, garnering accolades from the remarketing community as national consignors tabulate results. ServNet auctions across the country have been recognized as leading service providers in both regional and national standings in 2013.

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"ServNet auctions consistently distinguish themselves as leaders not only in their immediate market areas but on a national basis, as they provide superior service and outstanding results for their customers," said Pierre Pons, ServNet's CEO.

Named the Top Performing Auction in the country for FISERV in 2013 was Carolina Auto Auction. This is the sixth time that Carolina Auto Auction has claimed Fiserv's highest honor; the auction has been among its top three auctions for eleven of the past thirteen years. Sister facility Indiana Auto Auction was applauded as Fiserv's #2 auction in the nation in 2013.

Carolina Auto Auction was also named the top auction in the nation for Donlen in 2013.  Brasher's Portland Auto Auction was singled out as Auction of the Year in Donlen's Western Region.  

KCI Kansas City was awarded the 2013 Auction of the Year for Westlake Financial. Westlake chooses its top auctions based on volume and then evaluates each auction on effectiveness and service quality. Dirk Grammel, Westlake Regional Auction Rep, indicated that KCI Kansas City has  created one of the strongest markets in the country for Westlake Financial Inventory.

Emerging as the national leader for Credit Acceptance Corporation was DAA of the RockiesBrasher's Idaho Auto Auction received a nod from Credit Acceptance as the leading auction selling less than 150 units, while Carolina Auto Auction was named the remarketer's top auction in the Eastern Region.

DAA of OKC was cited by Avis Budget Group as delivering the Highest MMR Retention in the Nation for 2013. Sister auctions Brasher's Sacramento Auto Auction and Brasher's Salt Lake Auction were distinguished  by Ford Vehicle Remarketing with 2013 Auction Service Awards.  Both auctions led their performance groups, receiving awards for both their Open and Closed Sales.

A consistent performer for Santander Consumer USA, Brasher's Salt Lake Auto Auction  was named the best-performing auction in the Central Region in 2013.   Brasher's Sacramento Auto Auction received GM Financial's Auction of Excellence Award for the Western Region. 

The entire Brasher's family of auctions received OVE's Online Buyer Confidence Award, as the auctions with the lowest un-buy percentage.  Brasher's has won the award for the past three consecutive years. BSC America's Bel Air Auto Auction was named OVE's Most Innovative Auction in the Nation, cited for leveraging the OVE.com platform beyond conventional methods with an out-of-the-box strategy. DAA of the Rockieswas cited for Highest Year-over-Year Growth for OVE.

The award for the top-seller in the country in 2013 for SmartAuction was presented to Flint Auto Auction, the third such award Flint has received in four years. Pittsburgh Auto Auction received SmartAuction's Award for Best Year-over-Year Growth.

Three ServNet Auctions distinguished themselves as Regional Leaders for United Auto Credit in 2013:  DAA of the Southwest as the top performer in the Western Region, BSC America's Bel Air Auto Auction as leader in the Northern Region, and Carolina Auto Auction as best performing auction in the Southern Region. 

Wheels recognized two more ServNet auctions as leaders.  Bel Air Auto Auction received Wheels' award as the Highest Quality Auction in the Eastern Region, while Carolina Auto Auction was named the company's Top Performing Auction in its Southern Region.

In 2013, State Line Auto Auction was named Regional Winner by General Motors in its No Dealer Left Behind promotion contest.  Bel Air Auto AuctionBrasher's Salt Lake Auto Auction and Flint Auto Auctionwere also singled out by General Motors during the first quarter of 2013 for regional operational awards  

Global fleet services provider ARI recently announced the 2013 recipients of its 15th annual Regional Auction of the Year Awards, namingMissouri Auto Auction as the leader in its region. The award recognizes remarketing excellence, scoring auctions on overall market performance, administration and communication. 

Two ServNet auctions received awards for superior performance from Emkay:  Indiana Auto Auction and Pittsburgh Auto Auction.

State Line Auto Auction was voted Best-Run Consignment Sale by dealers in a nationwide poll conducted by Used Car News.

 "These awards for 2013 continue a tradition of excellence that spans decades for ServNet auctions," said Pons. "ServNet auctions are pleased to receive such positive reports for past performance, but they are not content to rest on their laurels. Their efforts to exceed expectations for their customers are ongoing and are certain to result in superior national standings in the coming year."

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