Mid-State Auto Auction

100 Bach Avenue
New York Mills, MN 56567
Phone:  (800) 458-5506
FAX:  (218) 385-3232



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Mid-State Auto Auction Traces Growth as it Approaches 30th Anniversary

As Mid-State Auto Auction (MSAA) approaches its 30th Anniversary in the summer of 2013, the owners and staff look back on 2012 as a huge growth year for the auction.

In late April, Mid-State Auto Auction was awarded a contract from GSA, and held five very successful GSA auctions throughout the summer and fall. 

"The GSA sales filled a necessary void in the market for late model, low mileage vehicles for our dealers and the  general public," said Dee Sullivan, 
Fleet/Lease Manager at Mid-State Auto Auction.  "It also brought many new dealers from all over the region to our auction for the first time as buyers and sellers."

In late summer, MSAA added United Auto Credit Corporation as another large financial organization in the industry, and has continued to strengthen its long-term relationship with Westlake Financial Services.  

"Both organizations offer the type of vehicles which Mid-State has built a huge dealer network around," said Sullivan. "It has been a match made in heaven for both seller and buyer!"

Finally, Sullivan said, Mid-State Auto Auction is proud to announce that it was recently awarded a contract from the Minnesota Department of Transportation and will start serving MN-DOT in the very early part of 2013. Sullivan noted that this opportunity will again bring a range of vehicles very much needed in the auction's market area.

"Serving the dealers, leasing companies, financial institutions and government entities that we have worked with over the past 30 years has been a great privilege," said Sullivan. "Our commitment to all of them has never been stronger.  It is our goal to continue serving with passion and to charge fewer fees, making the experience and end-result one gets with Mid-State Auto Auction the best value possible."

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