Autenrieth Takes Over NAAA VP Post

By Staff Writer October 06, 2021

Eric Autenrieth has been elected vice president of the National Auto Auction Association for the 2021-2022 term. He was elected during a virtual all-member meeting broadcast from NAAA headquarters in Frederick, Md. 

Autenrieth grew up in the auto auction industry. His parents, Henry and Patty Stanley, are both NAAA Hall of Fame members, and they are owners of the Stanley Autenrieth Auction Group, which consists of Indiana Auto Auction and Carolina Auto Auction. 

With a successful 24-year career in the auto auction industry, Autenrieth has had numerous accomplishments. He is the owner of Indiana Auto Auction and the general manager of Carolina Auto Auction. Stanley Autenrieth Auction Group has captured several Auction of the Year awards from multiple commercial accounts under Autenrieth’s leadership. He is also the former president of ServNet Auction Group. Autenrieth has demonstrated both marketing and operational excellence throughout his career. 

Autenrieth is a graduate of Auction Academy and is CAR certified. He has been a dedicated supporter of NAAA and served as president of the NAAA Midwest Chapter and currently serves as chair of the board of the NAAA Southern Chapter. 

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