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Richmond Auto Auction has named Kim Waterman as its new general sales manager.

Waterman’s career started in 2002 as a dealer service manager and eventually became the general manager for Manheim in the Southwest. Her 18 year career with Manheim spans several areas and responsibilities, according to the auction 

“We have spent a lot of time building a great base of dealer consignment business over the last several years, as well as some fleet /lease and repossession business, and feel that it is time now to start to expand deeper into the world of national consignors," said Wyatt Carter, general manager, Richmond Auto Auction.

Richmond Auto Auction is a part of the AMS Auction Network and operates on 35 acres of land offering the ability to run seven simultaneous lanes, full reconditioning and mechanical facilities, in house body shop, in house transportation, AutoIMS, and full integrated online capabilities.

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