Jeremy Cunningham was named general manager at Tallahassee Auction, one of two ServNet auctions operated by BSC America, the company announced recently.
BSC President R. Charles Nichols noted that Cunningham brings more than 20 years of industry experience to Tallahassee, with skills gained in both the auto auction and fleet/lease/repo arenas.
“Jeremy has a keen understanding of the vehicle remarketing process, great expertise in auction operations, and strong customer relationships developed over his years in the industry," Nichols said in a recent press release. "We have every confidence that he’ll manage the auction with a sure hand and will oversee its continued success.”
Cunningham began his auction career in 1998 as a condition report writer before moving on as an auction e-commerce specialist and I/T manager.
He spent a decade as fleet/lease operations supervisor before moving to the consignor side of the industry, working as an auction field representative for PAR North America, regional auction manager for Exeter Finance, and vehicle remarketing senior associate for Capital One Finance.
“BSC America is one of the industry’s leaders, and I am honored to be a part of such a strong organization," Cunningham said. I look forward to working with the auction team at Tallahassee as we continue to serve our customers.”
Cunningham joins the team at Tallahassee as the auction begins infrastructure upgrades to grow. Beginning with repaving of large portions of the lot and dealer parking areas, the auction is also planning a major remodel of the offices and restrooms.
The auction plans to open a fourth lane in the near future, along with using properties that surround the auction.