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America’s Adds Two More Auctions

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America’s Auto Auction has announced the acquisition of two auction locations:  West Michigan Auto Auction in Parma, Mich. and Interstate 94 Vehicle Auction in Wayland, Mich.  
Both facilities were sold to America’s Auto Auction by Carl Miskotten, who will stay on as general manager of the two facilities.
The official date of the acquisition was April 1.   
America’s Auto Auction now has 21 locations.  Early this year, the firm acquired seven auctions from the Auction Broadcasting Company.
Owned by CEO Ben Lange and private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners, America’s Auto Auction launched in 2006 with four auction facilities.
Miskotten started West Michigan 1997.  The auction joined ABC in 2000, but Miskotten regained sole ownership in 2008.
Miskotten has operated the I-94 Vehicle Auction since 2007.

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