Enterprise Announces Top U.S. Auto Auctions

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Holdings has honored 14 U.S automotive auctions with its 2015 Auction Achievement Awards.

This annual program recognizes auction partners that have gone above and beyond to support Enterprise Holdings’ remarketing strategy, according to the company.

“At Enterprise Holdings, we offer a diverse range of late-model, well-maintained vehicles that reflect the preferences of our consumers,” said Nate Lattimer, vice president of vehicle remarketing at Enterprise Holdings, in a recent Auto Remarketing magazine article. “Most of the products we bring to the market are low mileage, serviced regularly, in great condition and provide a great deal of diversity with regards to make, model and trim level.”

Enterprise presents the awards in two categories: whole-car auctions and damaged-vehicle auctions. Recipients are recognized in the areas of communication, customer service, marketing and reconditioning, operational success and strategic planning.

The winners in the whole-car category include: ADESA Atlanta, ADESA Los Angeles, Manheim Georgia (Atlanta), Manheim Nevada (Las Vegas), Manheim Omaha, Manheim Pennsylvania (Manheim, Pa.), Manheim Riverside (Riverside, Calif.), Manheim Southern California (Fontana, Calif.) and Manheim Texas Hobby (Houston).

The winners in the damaged-vehicle category include: Dealers AA of the Rockies (Denver), IAA Dallas/Fort Worth, Manheim Central California - TRA (Fresno, Calif.), Manheim TRA Tampa and Metro Salvage Pool (Des Moines, Iowa).

“Local auctions are an important component of our remarketing strategy,” said Lattimer. “With nearly a million vehicles across the country, we rely on our local auction partners to help us maximize our opportunities and showcase our vehicles in front of as many buyers as possible in all the cities and regions we serve. This year’s Auction Achievement Award winners play a crucial role in these efforts, and we’re thrilled to salute and thank them for their outstanding performance.”

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