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Smooth Sailing for GE Remarketing Awards

November 06, 2007

CHICAGO - GE Remarketing held a special presentation honoring their top auctions at the National Auto Auction Association convention meeting in Chicago on Sept. 20th.

During the mid-afternoon, GE held an appreciation cruise to all auction vendors, auction vendor partners, general managers and senior leaders for remarketing on a yacht on Lake Michigan.

13 GE Remarketing Imagination at Work awards were presented. The highest award presented was GE Remarketing's National Gold Award which went to ADESA Cincinnati/Dayton Auto Auction. Others receiving this year's GE Remarketing Imagination at Work awards were:

  • Silver, East: Manheim's Mississippi Auto Auction

  • Silver, Central: Manheim's Kansas City Auto Auction

  • Silver, West: Manheim's Dallas Fort Worth Auto Auction

  • Outstanding Promotion Event, East: Manheim's Greater New Orleans Auto Auction

  • Outstanding Promotion Event, Central: ABC Nashville Auto Auction

  • Outstanding Promotion Event, West: Manheim's Bay Cities Auto Auction

  • National Operations: Southern Auto Auction

  • National Internet/Technology: Manheim's Statesville Auto Auction

  • Mid-Market: Brasher's Salt Lake Auto Auction

  • Outstanding Performer: Maria Fernandez, Manheim's Central Florida Auto Auction

  • National Promotion: Manheim Auto Auctions ( Drive for Snow, Putt for Dough)

  • Above and Beyond: ABC Minneapolis Auto Auction

    "It was truly a successful event to see the winners perform above and beyond what is expected, and they make a difference for us so we can deliver great results back to our clients," said Paul Seger, vice president of asset remarketing for GE Fleet Services.

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