November 2017 Newsletter

Autenrieth Takes Helm as ServNet's President


Following a planned transition in leadership for the ServNet auction group, Eric Autenrieth, general manager of Carolina Auto Auction and owner of and Indiana Auto Auction, assumes the role of  President for the next two years. Having previously served as ServNet's Vice     President and Treasurer, his move to President was confirmed by the ServNet auction owners     at their semi-annual business meeting in October. Autenrieth is assisted by a leadership team of auction owners serving on the Board of Directors.

"It is both a privilege and an honor serve as ServNet's President," said Autenrieth.  "ServNet has become an important voice in the independent auction community and in the industry as a whole, and it is my pleasure to represent the ServNet auction owners as we set the agenda for the group for the years ahead.

Akron A/A Honors Veterans.
For the fifth straight year, Akron Auto Auction has taken time to recognize a special group of employees for their military service.

'Tis the Season in Southern Louisiana.
At Louisiana's 1st Choice Auto Auction the holiday festivities revolve around fictional money affectionately known as John Dough invented currency that can be earned by dealers throughout the year.

AANE Goes Pink in October.
During the month of October, the Auto Auction of New England went pink in support of breast cancer awareness for the second year in a row, and donated $5,000 for breast cancer research.

Greenville A/A Opens 4th Lane in November.
With four solid sales in October, the auction is set to go in November with five sales including the Midweek Mania Sale, giving dealers a chance to play turkey bowling and win cash and gift cards.