FRANKLIN, TN – ServNet auctions across the country continue to set the bar for auction performance, earning awards from a number of national consignors, according to the company. ServNet CEO Pierre Pons reports that ServNet auctions received recent recognition from General Motors, ARI and AmeriCredit, adding to the group's list of awards received since the first of the year.

“It comes as no surprise that ServNet auctions are recognized again and again for exceptional services and performance by the national accounts," said Pierre Pons. “ServNet auctions are among the best in the country, run by owners who have spent lifetimes in the business," said Pons. "They are committed to their auctions, to this industry, and to their customers, working hard to produce superior results year after year."

In early June, two ServNet auctions were recognized for outstanding performance by General Motors' Auction Remarketing Department during GM's independent auction meeting at its Detroit headquarters. Receiving the Perfect Audit Award was Jeff Barber of State Line Auto Auction. Matt and Doug Brasher accepted GM's Inventory Management Award for Brasher's Idaho Auto Auction.

"Brasher's Idaho Auto Auction and State Line Auto Auction have done a tremendous job with the GM and GMAC accounts and are deserving of the Inventory Management and Perfect Audit awards, respectively," said Dan Kennedy, national sales manager, GM Remarketing.

Earlier this year, Flint Auto Auction was named top GM sponsored auction in the country for the second year in a row. Flint Auto Auction was also named Peak 5's Auction of the Year for 2008.

As part of its annual program to recognize remarketing performance, Automotive Resources International (ARI) recently honored BSC America's Bel Air Auto Auction for overall market performance, administration and communication.

"As one of the recipients for 2008, Bel Air Auto auction went above and beyond to ensure our clients received the best possible service and returns during uncertain times," stated Jennifer Schade, ARI's manager for vehicle remarketing.

Sparkling City Auto Auction has been named AmeriCredit's Auction of Excellence in the Southwest Region for the first quarter of 2009. For the Auction of Excellence program, AmeriCredit representatives assess each auction's performance in a variety of categories, including customer service, marketing promotions, pre-sale activities and overall auction success. The auction celebrated with a special promotion on May 19, which featured a special consignment of vehicles from AmeriCredit, represented by Dan Heinrich, and a sale-end drawing for a Kawasaki jetski and $1,000 in cash.