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Manheim Names Mark Ford General Manager of Louisville Auto Auction

October 23, 2003

Manheim has named Mark Ford general manager of Louisville Auto Auction in Clarksville, Ind. Ford, formerly assistant general manager of Atlanta Auto Auction. He succeeds Bill Brewer, who is retiring to Florida. Brewer, who held several management positions at Louisville Auto Auction over the past 10 years, will be available for consulting with Manheim.

Ford joined Manheim in 1989 as fleet/lease manager at Bishop Brothers Auto Auction in Atlanta. In 1992, he transferred to Atlanta Auto Auction, where he served as factory manager for two years a promotion to assistant general manager of the facility. In 1997, Ford was promoted to general manager of Utah Auto Auction in Woods Cross, Utah. Ford returned to Atlanta Auto Auction in 2000 as assistant general manager.

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