MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Memphis Auto Auction (MAA) gears up for growth in-lane and online by hiring a powerhouse sales trio: Brian Ayers, Susanne Bone and Bobby “Keno” Anderson.

The new additions to the sales team bring over thirty years of combined sales experience to the Memphis automotive market.

“Brian, Keno and Susanne are poised to seize exciting opportunities for MAA. Their experience will help define our current sale and we look forward to putting their expertise & enthusiasm to work. We want to redevelop and expand our dealer engagement at the auction,” said Marianne Simshauser, MAA General Manager.

Brian Ayers, a recent relocation from Guntersville, Ala., joins the team as Sales Manager. Brian brings fifteen years of automotive industry experience, including four years in dealer finance as well as four years in the auction industry. His passion for customer service coupled with his unique understanding of the internal workings of both wholesale and retail car dealerships will provide great insight and leadership for the MAA Sales Department.

Susanne Bone joins the team as PowerSports and Fleet Lease Coordinator with over eight years of industry experience specifically related to specialty units. Leveraging Susanne's power approach to specialty units, MAA aims to be a regional leader in wholesale PowerSports auctions.

Bobby “Keno” Anderson rounds out the trio as Internet Sales Manager. Keno joins the team with eight years of sales and consulting experience. Mix in a strong background in social media and mass media advertising, Keno will guide already strong Internet offerings to new heights.

As an innovative wholesale auto auction and recent winner of the SmartAuction Mid-Stream Auction of the Year award, Memphis Auto Auction utilizes both online and in-lane auctions to connect a nationwide group of buyers with client’s vehicles.