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Bank One Honors Best Auto Auctions with The One Award

October 07, 2004

Honoring the nation’s top auto auctions for exceptional performance, Bank One presented them The One Award at this week’s annual reception and award presentation in Tennessee. Top honors for best national auction performance went to Manheim’s Greater Nevada Auto Auction. Bank One, a provider of financial solutions for the automotive and recreation vehicle industries, also presented regional awards for the competition, which ran from February 2004 through July 2004. Regional winners included:

  • ADESA Wisconsin Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Lease Returns – Northeastern Region
  • Manheim’s Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Lease Returns – Southeastern Region
  • Manheim’s Minneapolis Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Lease Returns – Central Region
  • Manheim’s Greater Nevada Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Lease Returns – Western Region
  • Columbus Fair Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Repossessions - Northeastern Region
  • Manheim’s Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Repossessions – Southeastern Region
  • ADESA Tulsa Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Repossessions – Central Region
  • Manheim’s Riverside Auto Auction
    Best Performance – Repossessions – Western Region

    In the category of best performance for Highlines, the national winner was Manheim’s Florida Auto Auction of Orlando. In the category of best performance in Service Delivery, the national winner was Columbus Fair Auto Auction.Introduced in September 1999, The One Award competition now involves 29 auto auctions annually. The auctions were evaluated in numerous performance categories including retention, efficiency, expenses, accuracy, sales, operations, and adherence to Bank One reconditioning standards.

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