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Manheim Locations Receive Top Honors at CAR

March 15, 2017

ATLANTA – Manheim locations across the country were honored recently by commercial consignors for outstanding performance and quality service at the 2017 Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR), held March 1-2 in Las Vegas.

Manheim led the field of winners, with 11 locations taking 15 national and regional awards for achievements and innovative practices in vehicle remarketing.

“It’s truly an honor to be recognized by our partners for delivering top performance and great service,” said Grace Huang, senior vice president of inventory services for Manheim. “We are very proud of our teams and want to congratulate them for their commitment to going above and beyond to deliver winning results for their clients.”

The big winner was Manheim Seattle. The auction house home three awards, including Auction of the Year from Kia Motors America. Manheim Dallas and Manheim Statesville also received multiple awards. The complete list of Manheim award winners includes:

Subaru of America

  • Auction of the Year: Manheim Southern California

LeasePlan USA

  • Overall Top Sales Achievement Award: Manheim Seattle
  • Regional Awards: Manheim Philadelphia, Manheim Darlington
  • Service Awards: Manheim New England, Manheim Dallas

Merchants Fleet Management

  • Regional Awards: Manheim Statesville, Manheim New Jersey

Bridgecrest Credit Company

  • Regional Awards: Manheim Phoenix, Manheim Nevada, Manheim Lakeland

Credit Acceptance

  • Regional Award: Manheim Seattle

GM Financial

  • Auction of the Year – Closed Sales: Manheim Statesville

Kia Motors America

  • Auction of the Year: Manheim Seattle
  • High Performance Award: Manheim Dallas

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