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Manheim Promotes 3 to GM

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Manheim announced the promotion of three general managers: Dave Rathjen, Greg Milam and Martin Sandoval.Dave Rathjen takes over at Manheim Lakeland. Rathjens began his career at Manheim in 1999 as an inspections manager and, most recently, he was assistant general manager at Manheim Tampa. Through the years, he has held various roles at Manheim Ohio and Manheim Kansas City including vehicle entry manager, body shop manager, repo/lease manager, recon manager and operations manager. Prior to joining Manheim, Rathjens spent 10 years in the U.S. Army, with the majority of his time as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. He attended Drake and Ashford Universities where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in organizational management. He has also participated in various Manheim leadership programs.Greg Milam takes over at Manheim Seattle.Milam has held several Cox Automotive leadership roles for the past 18 years. Most recently, he was director of mobile auction sales and operations. He started his career with Cox Automotive in finance and has since held various roles with the organization such as district manager for Dent Wizard, project manager for Manheim China, director for Manheim Exporttrader.com and assistant general manager for Manheim Atlanta. Milam earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration and a Master of business administration from Auburn University. Martin Sandoval takes over at Manheim Central California.Sandoval joined Cox Automotive in 2013. He was most recently a regional account executive for NextGear Capital and, prior to that, he was vice president of operations and director of auto finance at Zinc Financial. Sandoval earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration and a Master of business administration from the University of Phoenix. He is currently pursuing a doctorate of business administration from California Southern University.
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