Enterprise Holdings Announces 2013 Auction Achievement Awards

Enterprise Holdings — which operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands — has announced its annual Auction Achievement Awards for outstanding performance in the areas of strategic planning, communication, operational success, customer service, marketing and reconditioning.

“Our auto remarketing strategies are supported by local auction partners across the country,” said Chrissy Taylor, senior vice president of North American operations for Enterprise Holdings.

Sixteen U.S. automotive auction houses are being honored by Enterprise Holdings, which presents the awards in two categories: whole car auctions and damage vehicle auctions.

According to Enterprise, the winners of the 2013 Auction Achievement Award in the whole car category are: ADESA Dallas, ADESDA LA, Greensboro Auto Auction, Manheim Dallas, Manheim Fredericksburg, Manheim Georgia, Manheim Mississippi, Manheim New Jersey, Manheim Omaha, Manheim Pennsylvania, Manheim Riverside and Manheim Texas Hobby.

And the winners of the 2013 Auction Achievement Award in the damage vehicle category include IAA Dallas/Fort Worth, TRA New Jersey, TRA Metro Dallas and TRA Tampa.

“Our local operations nominate the auction partners for the Auction Achievement Award,” said Nate Lattimer, vice president of remarketing operations-North America. “The partnerships that are shared between these winners and our local operations are a testament to the success that both parties experience.”

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