Clark County AA joins ServNet

The Clark County Auto Auction facility in Jeffersonville, Ind. Photos courtesy of ServNet.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. - 

ServNet announced Wednesday that Clark County Auto Auction has been named the newest member of the independent auction group. 

Clark County Auto Auction is located in Jeffersonville, Ind., and serves dealers in the southern part of the state, as well as the Louisville, Ky., market area.

“I join with the owners of ServNet auctions across the country in welcoming the Clark County Auto Auction to ServNet,” ServNet president Eric Autenrieth said in a news release. “The Fetter family has developed their auction facility into an exceedingly well-run operation, built on a culture of exemplary service and strong customer partnerships. We look forward to Matt Fetter’s contributions to our owners’ meetings and know that the auction will represent the ServNet brand well to buyers and sellers in its region.”

Founded in 1982, the auction recently relocated to a new facility that includes a five-lane service building and reconditioning center, along with a 40,000-square foot main building with a seven-lane auction area, administrative offices and a 100-seat restaurant.

Clark County AA was named the 2017 NAAA Midwest Chapter Auto Auction of the Year for outstanding public service.

After moving, the company donated its former auction facility to its local school system. 

The school system named the facility the Mark Fetter Center for Professional Learning after Clark County Auto Auctions late co-founder. The center has space for training 750 teachers.

“Being named a ServNet auction opens an exciting new chapter for us at Clark County Auto Auction,” added third-generation owner Matt Fetter. “In meeting with ServNet auction owners I have been impressed with their knowledge and experience as well as their willingness to share ideas and their vision for the future.  Collaborating with them will strengthen our auction and fortify the markets we serve.”

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