BSC America has named a general manager for its Tallahassee Auto Auction, appointing Eric Wagner to the position.
Wagner’s 30-plus years in the auction business includes time with both corporate and independent auctions.
“Eric will lead the operations and sales teams to the next level with excellent service and the latest offerings in technology. Eric will report to Tommy Rogers, a member of BSC America’s Management team,” BSC America president R. Charles Nichols said in a news release.
Wagner’s professional experience includes stints as general manager for Direct Auction Services as well as president of Wagner’s Auto World. From 1986 through 2013, he served as general manager of Manheim Daytona in Daytona Beach, Fla.
In the same release, Wagner said: “I am excited to return to my roots in the independent auction segment. To join BSC America, as they expand their footprint in the Bel Air, Md., region and beyond, gives me great pride to incorporate that same attitude of growth and expansion in the Tallahassee region. Continual investments in technology and the latest ideas are a testament to the success and values that we want to bring to our dealers.”
Michelle Nichols-Neff, vice president of BSC America, said: “We are excited to have Eric join us at Tallahassee Auto Auction. His experience and auction knowledge will serve us well as we continue to expand our footprint and develop the relationships that will add to the growth and success in the Florida market.”