Make that 23 locations in the ServNet family.
The auction group closed its 30th year by bringing in FastLane Auto Exchange, in the Michigan town of Mount Morris, which is north of Flint.
This gives ServNet a presence in the Upper Midwest.
“The ServNet auction owners welcome yet another new facility to our ranks,” ServNet president Eric Autenrieth said in a news release.
“Led by owner/operator Greg Price, an industry veteran who comes from second-generation family lineage in the industry, FastLane Auto Exchange is taking the industry by storm, recording exponential growth over the past two years,” he said. “Greg is a colleague with great experience and talent, and we are pleased to expand ServNet's geographic footprint into the all-important upper Midwest region.”
The auction, which opened in 1978, was purchased by a Price-led group two years ago.
Price said: “"I have spent my life in the auction business and have always considered ServNet auctions to be the best of the best.
"With a prestige that is unmatched, ServNet auctions have distinguished themselves by consistently offering an exemplary auction experience, blending superior service and genuine customer relationships. We have worked hard at FastLane Auto Exchange to prepare our operation to provide that level of service, and are thrilled to be counted among the auctions in the ServNet group,” he said.