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Eligibility

Auto Remarketing invites America’s top auto auctions to join the running in our inaugural campaign to spotlight the best facilities to work for across the country. To enter your business, please see the following eligibility requirements:

  • Must have been in business at least one year at time of entry
  • Must have a minimum of 15 employees working in the U.S.
  • Must be a for-profit business
  • Must be a publicly or privately held business
  • Must be primarily run as a dealer-only auction
  • Must be whole-car auctions

An auto auction’s primary business is to be a physical marketplace for buying and selling wholesale vehicles and to provide ancillary services to wholesale buyers and/or sellers.

The 2018 Best Auto Auctions to Work for will include a new wrinkle: digital auctions will also be eligible, in addition to the physical auctions that already participate in the program.

(Digital and physical auctions will be evaluated in their own respective siloes).


Who is eligible to be a digital auction?

To qualify as a digital auction, a candidate’s primary business must be conducting online auctions. Eligible companies must host regular online auction events that include bidding.

At this time, we are not accepting businesses that operate solely or primarily as wholesale marketplaces.  In other words, a business must operate in a “bidding/auction” format as opposed to a “buy now” format.

What if my business operates both physical and digital auctions?

If more than half of your business is from in-person auctions, you would be a physical auction. Likewise, if more than half of your business is from online auction sales, you would be a digital auction.

Why are you adding digital auctions?

Just like the auction industry is adjusting to meet the demands on the buyer that might prefer to have a choice between online and in-person auctions, Auto Remarketing has to reflect the same.

Our coverage is adjusting to the changing nature of the wholesale vehicle marketplace, while still honoring the foundation that’s very much still crucial to the business.

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