Enterprise Honors 2014 Auction Achievement Winners

A car auction lot. Photo via Wikimedia.
A car auction lot. Photo via Wikimedia.

Nine U.S. automotive auction houses have been named as Enterprise Holdings’ annual Auction Achievement Award winners for 2014.

The awards are presented in two categories: whole-car auctions and damage-vehicle auctions.

The winners in the whole-car category include ADESA Dallas, ADESA Los Angeles, Manheim Omaha, Manheim Riverside (Riverside, Calif.) and Manheim Texas Hobby (Houston, Texas).

The damage-vehicle category winners are Dealers Auto Auction of the Rockies (Denver), IAA Dallas/Fort Worth, Metro Salvage Pool (Des Moines, Iowa) and TRA Tampa.

All recipients were recognized for outstanding performance in the areas of strategic planning, communication, operational success, customer service, marketing and reconditioning, according to Enterprise.

“Our relationships with local auction partners are a critical part of our auto remarketing strategy, and each year we look to recognize some of those partners who excel at what they do,” said Nate Lattimer, Enterprise Holdings’ vice president for vehicle remarketing. “This year’s winning automotive auction houses demonstrate values that align closely with our own.”

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