FRANKLIN, TN – The ServNet Auction Group named the Auto Auction of New England (A.A.N.E.) as its newest auction location. The move to include A.A.N.E. was announced at last month's ServNet Owners' meeting and is part of the group's strategic plan to identify the best independent auctions in the country to reach customers in all markets.
"ServNet's Owners and Board of Directors are very pleased to welcome Auto Auction of New England," said Bob McConkey, ServNet's chairman of the board. "The Deluca family and General Manager Dave Blake are well-regarded in the industry, and have established a reputation for offering a level of service that sets a high mark in the Northeast, and specifically in the seven state New England region."
Added Jeff Brasher, ServNet president, "High standards and experience make A.A.N.E. an ideal fit for ServNet, and well suited to represent the group in this region of the country. "The ServNet auction group will certainly benefit from its association with Auto Auction of New England, and we look forward to collaborating with them as we plan for the year ahead."
Auto Auction of New England has marked sustained growth and significant expansion since its founding by the DeLuca family in January of 1995. Superior service and an outstanding location off I-93 in Londonderry New Hampshire have propelled the auction to offering more than 1,200 vehicles per week on six auction lanes. The facility occupies 32 acres, and includes a full-service reconditioning center and four-lane vehicle registration center.
"The DeLuca family drew on more than 50 years of automotive and finance experience in developing a strategy for A.A.N.E.," explains auction General Manager Dave Blake. "They have built a tremendously successful operation by focusing on maintaining customer loyalty and providing incomparable service in a professional environment. Every customer who buys or sells at A.A.N.E. benefits from that commitment, whether it's a small-volume dealer visiting the auction for the first time or a national account with hundreds of vehicles to sell."
"At A.A.N.E. we are thrilled to be aligned with the premier Independent auto auctions that make up the ServNet auction group," Blake continued. "We know that we offer something different here at A.A.N.E. and believe that our association with ServNet will allow us to continue building on our strengths. Having the opportunity to meet with other ServNet auction owners to examine real auction issues and to target ongoing enhancements in procedures and practices not only improves us as a group, but raises the bar for the entire industry."
Auto Auction of New England holds a consignment sale every Thursday at 9:15 am, featuring vehicles from auto dealers throughout the region in addition to consignments from fleet/lease and institutional remarketers. A.A.N.E. operates under the Auction Pipeline technology platform, which delivers live auction lane bidding online, market reports of auction sale results and available inventory from independent auto auctions nationwide.