Cliff Clifford is stepping back from day-to-day operations and Chief Operating Officer Jim Woodruff becomes the second CEO in NPA history.
To better service dealers in the south, National Powersport Auctions is adding a second live auction date to its monthly Atlanta schedule.
National Powersport Auctions is giving dealers the ability to double-up on their profit opportunities by holding a second live auction each month at their Dallas facility.
More than 275 powersports vehicles went under the gavel, with the highest bidder count per unit of any NPA opening.
Whether you frequent auctions often, you’ve never participated in one before or you are somewhere in between the two, auctions have a lot to offer powersports dealers who are looking to amplify their pre-owned inventory.
With their move into a new facility in Sacramento, CA, National Powersport Auctions is looking to staff up. Positions include motorcycle technicians, condition report inspectors, detailers and front office staff.
Given the size of the state and the volume of anticipated business, the new Sacramento operation occupies a 38,000 sq. ft. facility conveniently located near interstate highways for improved efficiency.
National Powersport Auctions continues to build upon the best team in the business by promoting from within. Buffy Huffman moves up to general manager in the Atlanta, GA, facility.
Previously in charge of strategic and event marketing programs for various lifestyle, apparel, health and fitness brands, Jaclyn Mayer joins NPA just in time to hit the ground running at AIMExpo.
Expected to launch in mid-September, CDK LightspeedEVO will become the only dealer management system integrated with the NPA Value Guide.
End of an era. Industry icon Arnold W. Ackerman has retired after many years of service, stepping away from his seat on the Motorcycle Industry Council Board of Directors and his chairmanship of the MIC Aftermarket/Allied Trades Committee. His decision to step aside was influenced by the need to be with his wife, who was
Eric Anderson and Jim Woodruff were re-elected by members of the Motorcycle Industry Council to serve on the Board of Directors, representing the aftermarket and allied trades members.