ServNet's President Patty Stanley has announced the addition of a new auction location to the ServNet Auction group: The Winchester Auto Auction in Bunker Hill, W. Va. The auction is owned by the Angelicchio family, also owners of Pittsburgh Auto Auction. The facility was acquired by the Angelicchios in early 2014.
"The Winchester Auto Auction is well-suited to represent ServNet, which now includes 31 auctions nationwide," said Stanley. "Under the leadership of the Angelicchio family with its years of experience and success in the industry, the auction is distinguished by a commitment to excellence and customer service that sets a high mark in the region. ServNet's owners and Board of Directors are very pleased to welcome Winchester Auto Auction as ServNet's newest location, and know that both auto dealers and commercial remarketers will benefit from its influence in the marketplace."
Winchester Auto Auction is located on 47 acres near I-81 on the northern Virginia/West Virginia border. The facility includes three auction lanes, and offers a full array of auction services, including full reconditioning and mechanical,
transportation, post-sale inspections, locksmith services, floorplanning, and condition reporting and imaging.
"Winchester Auto Auction is the new hub for dealers in West Virginia and Virginia," says owner Dave Angelicchio. "Focused on strong relationships and superior customer service, our family is putting decades of experience into practice to cultivate the perfect atmosphere for dealers to buy, sell and network at our new auction facility."
Heading the operations team at Winchester Auto Auction is General Manager Bryan Dougherty. An area native and graduate of West Virginia University, Dougherty brings 11 years of industry experience to his post at Winchester Auto Auction, having worked in auction sales and service in the Washington DC area, as well as for a GM dealership in West Virginia.
Winchester Auto Auction holds weekly dealer-only auctions on Fridays. Weekly auctions are also available to remote bidders via simulcast feed. The auction uses Auction Access and integrates with both auction operating technology system and AutoIMS.