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43North $1m winner ACV Auctions expands in Syracuse, Albany


Wed, Feb 3rd 2016 10:35 am

Hires represent company's new arrival in Syracuse and expansion in the recently established Albany market

ACV Auctions, a live wholesale marketplace for dealer-only auto auctions, today announced its expansion in the Albany and Syracuse markets with the addition of three new team members. The announcement reflects the company's latest growth in upstate New York.

Kristyn Hanna joins ACV Auctions in the Syracuse market, while Cody Spohler and Randy Tart will work together in Albany.

•Hanna brings 18 years of experience and auto dealership expertise, having worked for local dealerships in Syracuse and Utica, as well as for Cars.com. Her territories will include Cayuga, Jefferson, Onondaga, Oneida, Ontario, Oswego, Seneca, Wayne and Jefferson counties.

•Spohler and Tart will help dealers to proficiently create accurate listings that promote transparency for buyers.

"We are excited to expand our presence in upstate New York as this is an important region for our business," said Joe Neiman, CEO of ACV Auctions. "Kristyn, Cody and Randy are proven professionals. Their expertise and vision will help us to further establish a new industry standard for online car auctions with unprecedented benefit for dealers, buyers and sellers."

In addition to New York, ACV Auctions currently has buyers throughout the Midwest, New England and the mid-Atlantic.

ACV Auctions offers the first-of-its-kind mobile app that is reinventing the way car dealers buy and sell vehicles on the wholesale market. The company's one-stop-shop technology transitions buyers and sellers to 20-minute online auctions and enables dealers to view, bid and pay with the convenience, transparency and usability of mobile technology - creating liquidity for wholesale inventory (trade-ins and aged automobiles) 24 hours a day.

ACV Auctions is based in Buffalo. For more information, visit ACVAuctions.com.

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