Auto Auction Celebrates 27 Years
Auto Auction celebrated its success in style during its 27th
Anniversary Sale on April 19th The Southeast's largest independent
auto auction gave away $35,000 in cash and prizes, including $5,000
in cash. Other giveaways included a home entertainment package -
with a big screen TV, BOSE speakers, two bluetooth ready recliners,
and a popcorn machine; a Man Cave package that included a bar,
gaming table, and Pac-Man arcade machine; and a garage remodeling
Auto Auction Owners Henry and Patty Stanley, and General
Manager Eric Autenrieth welcome customers to the auction's
27th Anniversary Sale.
600 dealers were in attendance and 1200 cars ran through the eight
action-packed lanes at CAA. All dealers received a complimentary
breakfast and all lanes floated. Carolina also included its Salvage
Sale in the mix, which is currently running weekly for the auction
as its Damaged and Disabled market is growing rapidly.
of the floor plan companies gave away great prizes. AFC sponsored a
large 27th Anniversary cake for the auction and its dealers.The
company also offered a 60-days-for-$60 promotion. CarBucks gave away
an outdoor package. In addition, ASC Warranty, NextGear, AutoBank,
and several others were on hand for the celebration.
of the big winners at Carolina Auto Auction's 27th Anniversary
Sale was ------ shown here being congraulated on his $5,000
win by ----
next big event for Carolina is May 16th, as CAA hosts its 12h annual
Golf Tournament in Clemson, SC, where dealers will play for over
$110,000 in cash and prizes. Special guests David Patten - the 3
time Super Bowl winning receiver with the New England Patriots - and
former Clemson star quarterback Tajh Boyd, will be attending. All
profits from the tournament will benefit the Winship Cancer
Institute at Emory University for melanoma research.
In addition to its extensive offering of vehicles from top national accounts such as Santander Consumer, BB&T, Remarketing Services of America,
Donlen, Wheels and ARI, Carolina Auto Auction offers one of the largest dealer consignments in the Southeast. The auction holds sale every Wednesday at 10 a.m. with a salvage sale on the first and third week of each month. All 8 lanes are accessible for bidding online in real-time through Auction Pipeline and all "No Sale" units are available for purchase after the sale.
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