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ADESA Announces Heavy-Truck Appointments

May 22, 2003

ADESA Corp. announced on May 21 that David Bynum will assume leadership responsibilities for the company’s heavy-truck and equipment initiatives. Bynum will also continue in his position of regional vice president, southern operations.Bynum began his career in 1989 as general manager with Southern States Vehicle Auction, a car and heavy-truck auction now known as ADESA Atlanta.ADESA also named J.D. Larsh national operations manager for heavy-duty trucks and equipment and John Maurer national sales manager for heavy-duty trucks. Larsh and Maurer will report to Bynum.Larsh will be responsible for establishing new business and creating a uniform reconditioning program for heavy trucks and equipment. A 19-year vehicle auction veteran with experience in heavy trucks and equipment, Larsh helped create the heavy truck sale known today as ADESA Orlando-Sanford.Maurer will be charged with securing units and buyers for ADESA’s heavy-truck sales located coast to coast. A 1990 graduate of the University of Akron, Maurer began his career in heavy-truck sales as a regional sales representative for R&R Truck Sales, Inc. in Akron, OH. Maurer has also served as a regional sales manager as well as a heavy-truck manager for ADESA Pittsburgh.
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