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Copart Adds Northern Location

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Copart Inc. announced the expansion of its Ham Lake, Minn., location, north of Minneapolis.
The Ham Lake expansion follows other established location growth for Copart, most recently including the expansion of its location in Candia, N.H., its location in West Warren, Mass., and its two Arkansas locations, near Fayetteville and Little Rock.
The Ham Lake location holds online vehicle auctions every Tuesday at noon.

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