Manheim sees increased demand for boat auctions

ATLANTA – Manheim DRIVE hosted its regularly scheduled Manheim Specialty boat auction on Feb. 17, selling 100 percent of the boat units offered, it reported in a recent statement.

The sale, which was offered via Manheim Simulcast, was supported by GE Money, World Omni/CenterOne, GE Capital Solutions and SST Remarketing.

“We’ve been extremely pleased with the results from these sales since we started hosting them last October,” said Donald Foy, executive director, Manheim DRIVE. “Our goal is to create and deliver a convenient auction experience that gives buyers the information and confidence they need when doing business online.”

Manheim Specialty auctions are held at Manheim DRIVE on the third Tuesday of every month at 3 p.m. The next sale is scheduled for March 17. Manheim Specialty currently has nine dedicated boat sales across the country. A complete list of Manheim Specialty boat auctions can be found at www.manheimboatauctions.com.

“The results of this sale show that our marketing efforts are creating increased demand for these units,” said Kevin Cooper, Manheim Specialty Group sales manager. “The feedback from our buyers and sellers has been extremely positive, and we look forward to sharing this information with our other Manheim Specialty boat auction sites.”

Manheim DRIVE, located at 3000 Walter Way in Stockbridge, Ga., is a 145,000-square- foot facility that offers a 180-seat bidding theater, interactive learning labs, and conference and reception amenities. Manheim DRIVE also serves as a testing ground, where ideas are exchanged and new tools, technologies and prototypes are introduced and refined, according to the company.

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