Tommy Rogers has assumed the role of general manager of the Clayton Station Auction Center for Bel Air Auto Auction in Edgewood, Md.
Clayton Station sells rental vehicles, offers car and truck repossessions, and holds donations each Thursday morning, according to BSC America, the primary auto auction facility for the Edgewood and Bel Air area.
“BSC America’s Clayton Station has expanded over the past three years, and we know that Tommy will be instrumental in continuing to build our position and influence the weekly Thursday auctions and the specialty sales markets,” said Charles Nichols, president of BSC America. “He will lead their operations and sales to the next level of technology and service, and we are proud to welcome him to our family of auctions.”
Rogers will also perform regional oversight for Tallahassee Auto Auction in Florida, working closely with Tallahassee’s general manager Doug Rodriguez, as part of the BSC America Management team.
“I cut my teeth in the auction business with one of the leading independent auto auctions in the Southeast, Carolina Auto Auction. I am thankful for the opportunity to join with the Nichols family as they incorporate the newest ideas and most up-to-date features with their new 175-acre facility expansion to the new site. It is an exciting time to be a part of BSC America, and I believe the best is yet to come,” said Rogers.
Clayton Station’s auction arena features double blocks and accommodates theater-like seating for customers as they bid on vehicles and specialty assets.