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Manheim Auctions Announces Management Changes at Dallas Ft. Worth Auto Auction and Kansas City Auto Auction

July 29, 2003

Manheim Auctions has announced that Doug Kramer has been named assistant general manager of Dallas Ft. Worth Auto Auction in Ft. Worth, TX, and that Peggy Sprenger and Scott Gallagher have been promoted to assistant general managers of Kansas City Auto Auction in Kansas City, MO.Kramer previously served as reconditioning manager of Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction in Tampa, FL. Sprenger most recently served as fleet/lease manager at Kansas City Auto Auction, while Gallagher served as factory manager there.Kramer joined Manheim in 1995 as a service writer at Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction. In 1996, he was promoted to operations manager. Four years later, Kramer was named reconditioning manager, a position he held until being promoted to assistant general manager of Dallas Ft. Worth Auto Auction.Sprenger began working at Kansas City Auto Auction in 1997 as the dealer sales representative. In 1999, she assumed the role of marketing manager. Within six months, Sprenger was named assistant fleet/lease manager. In 2002, Sprenger was promoted to fleet/lease manager, a position she held until being named assistant general manager.Gallagher joined Kansas City Auto Auction in 1988 as a General Motors Acceptance Corp. coordinator. In March 1990, he was promoted to detail manager. Six years later, Gallagher was named assistant reconditioning manager. In January 1997, he was named assistant factory manager. A year later, Gallagher was promoted to factory manager, a position he held until being named assistant general manager.
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