The National Auto Auction Association (NAAA) held its annual convention Sept. 3-5, 2013 at the JW Marriot in Indianapolis. More than 700 people attended the annual convention.
At the convention, Jack Neshe, general manager for ADESA Boston, assumed NAAA Presidency; while Ellie Johnson, general manager for Aycock Auto Auction, stepped up to President-Elect; and Mike Browing, general manager of Manheim Mississippi, was elected NAAA vice president.
Prior to his executive board positions, Neshe has served as president of NAAA’s Eastern Chapter. He also currently chairs the Political Action Committee as well as sits on the Legislative and Membership committees.
“It’s been extremely gratifying to serve the NAAA in those positions, building relationships and working together for the mutual benefit of our members and the industry,” Neshe said. “I thank the members for their trust and support and look forward to serving them as their president.”
The NAAA Inducted Ken Osborn and Henry Stanley into the NAAA Hall of Fame. Jack and Jacque Kesler were honored as industry pioneers, and Jack Davis received the NAAA Auctioneer award.
The NAAA/CAR Convention is scheduled for March 5-6, 2014, at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. Visit www.naaa.com for more information.
About the NAAA
Founded in 1948, the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA) represents more than 313 auto auctions, both domestic and international, with more than 7 million units sold each year. Visit www.naaa.com for more information.