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June 2016

 

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KCI Kansas City Announces Headliner for Guitars & Cars.
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ising country star Frankie Ballard will belt hit after hit like Helluva Life, Sunshine and Whiskey, and It All Started with a Beer during the Midwest's biggest auto auction event in August.
Stanleys Announce Management Changes at Carolina, Indiana A/A.
Henry and Patty Stanley have announced that Eric Autenrieth will move to Carolina Auto Auction as the facility's general manager. Luke Dietrich will assume duties as general manager at Indiana A/A.
Burrows Joins Team at North Bay A/A. Steve Burrows has joined the auction's management team as Fleet/Lease Director of Remarketing. An industry veteran with more than sixteen years of experience in business development, Burrows will take the lead in representing North Bay Auto Auction to regional and national commercial accounts.
Carolina Auto Auction's Buy Here, Play Here event allowed all active dealers for CAA to participate in the company's golf tournament and sales event that featured $110,000 in cash and prizes.
 

SPECIAL EVENTS at SERVNET AUCTIONS

Akron A/A 43rd Anniversary Sale June 21
Flint A/A 63rd Anniversary Sale June 22
Tallahassee A/A 32nd Anniversary Sale June 24
KCI Kansas City Corn Roast Sale July 9
DAA Seattle Ready to Rock Sale July 10
EPI El Paso Lone Star State Days July 15
Greater Rockford A/A 42nd Anniversary Sale July 15
Carolina A/A 50 Days of Summer through July 20
DAA Northwest Rock & Roll Sale July 20-21
     

ServNet Awards Six Scholarships

ServNet has announced the first recipients of the group's scholarship program, which was established this year as an ongoing initiative to help ServNet auction employees and their families pursue the dream of higher education.

"We were excited to report earlier this year that ServNet had established a Scholarship Program, and are very pleased to announce the names of the very first scholarship recipients," said Kevin Brown, ServNet's president. 

In the inaugural year of the scholarship program, ServNet made a total of six awards: three awards of $1,500 each were made to students attending a 2-year college, and three awards of $2,500 each were made to students attending a 4-year college or university.

"We congratulate all six of these students, and wish them the very best in their academic pursuits," said Brown. "As owners of independent, family-owned businesses, we know how important it is to encourage those who will follow in our footsteps, and we are committed to extending that support to the next generation in our auction families," said Brown.

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