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ARI Recognizes Top Auctioneers with Distinction Award

December 22, 2011

MT. LAUREL, N.J. - Automotive Resources International (ARI) announced the first-ever recipients of its Auctioneer of Distinction award. The award was established to recognize individuals who display excellence in auctioneering through effective communication and relationship building with both buyers and sellers of vehicles. The first three recipients of the award are:

  • Ron Janacek, representing ARI vehicles at ADESA Sarasota.
  • Richard Murray, representing ARI vehicles at BSC's Bel Air Auto Auction.
  • Joe Velez, representing ARI vehicles at ADESA Los Angeles.

"These three award winners have been honored because they do much more than just facilitate the auction," said ARI Vice President Vehicle Remarketing Bob Graham. "Their professionalism is unmatched, and despite the virtual shift within the auction world, they have managed to build strong relationships with buyers and sellers. These are the types of individuals that ARI is proud to partner with."   

ARI is committed to identifying remarketing partners that share the same high standard of excellence within the realm of customer service. This award is one of the many ways ARI is working to recognize exceptional remarketing efforts. For twelve years, ARI has honored outstanding auctions throughout the country with its annual Auction Awards. ARI intends to distribute the Auctioneer of Distinction award in the future as individuals distinguish themselves.

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