December 2016 Newsletter

ServNet's President Surveys Group's Accomplishments in Year-end Message

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"As another year draws to a close, it is my privilege to take stock of ServNet's accomplishments in 2016 before we shift our momentum to plan for the New Year," says Kevin Brown. "I continue to be impressed and inspired by the achievements of the individual auction locations as well as the collective efforts we have made as a group."

Houston Auto Auction Joins ServNet


ServNet has added yet another facility to its roster of independent auction locations, Founded in 1964 by James B. Bowers, the auction continues under the second-generation ownership and operation led by brothers Tim Bowers, James B. "Chip" Bowers, II and Mark Bowers.

Patty Stanley Inducted into NAAA Hall of Fame


Patty Stanley, co-owner of two ServNet auction facilities (Carolina Auto Auction and Indiana Auto Auction) and ServNet's chairman of the board, was inducted into the NAAA Hall of Fame. Patty joins her husband Henry Stanley, a former NAAA president, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2013. 

DAANW & Dealers Raise $123K for Charities.
The 24th Anniversary Sale at DAA Northwest brought dealers to the lanes and to the table on November 9th and 10th.In addition to buying vehicles in the lanes, dealers attended a charity auction where $123,400 was raised for local non-profit organizations.

State Line A/A Looks Forward to 2017 after Record-breaking Year.
Vehicles sold through State Line's Friday consignment sale set an all-time record in 2016, and the new year looks to be another tremendous opportunity as well.

Greater Rockford AA Turns Back the Clock.  
Customers take a step back in time at Greater Rockford Auto Auction when they pause on a busy sale day for breakfast or lunch at the auction's recently remodeled café.

Bel Air A/A and Exeter Donate to Food Bank.  
BSC America's Bel Air Auto Auction and Exeter joined forces during the Thanksgiving holiday and donated 70 turkeys to the Maryland Food Bank to help the less fortunate in the community.