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Nationwide Auctions Systems Awarded 5-Year Government Contract

April 26, 2004

Nationwide Auction Systems announced April 20 that it has been awarded a five-year contract to dispose of drug-seized vehicles for the United States Marshals Service, Central District of California.Armando Camarena, senior vice-president of Nationwide Auction Systems, said, “We have had a long-term working relationship with the United States Marshals Service, D.E.A., and F.B.I. for more than ten years, as well as with other police agencies in the state of California, and we look forward to continuing our association for the next five years.”Nationwide Auction Systems specializes in the disposal of government-seized and fleet vehicles at eight offices throughout the United States.
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