Bar None Auction recently announced the newest members of the sales team. Each one of them has a wealth of experience in their field.
Allan Kelly, territory sales representative, — Northern California region: Kelly comes to Bar None Auction with more than 30 years experience in sales, customer service and rentals in the construction and agriculture industries, primarily in the Bay Area. Kelly also spent 23 years as the owner of an equipment dealership and will apply his talents in serving Northern California.
Greg Verde, business development of fleets and passenger vehicles: Verde spent most of his career in the auto auction industry, working for Manheim, Brashers and Copart Auto Auctions. He’ll be using that expertise to expand fleet relationships as well as placing inventory into the public auto auction division.
Jay Montero, business development — Southern California region: Montero joined the Bar None Auction team after a very successful run in residential construction sales including time with American Residential Solutions, Advanced Building Technologies and Pella Window & Door.
Bill Kruger, territory sales representative —Northern California region: Kruger returns to the company after spending time with WCA Auctions. His heavy equipment knowledge is vast as he spent a significant portion of his career with John Deere, JCB and Hyundai.
Johan Graham, business development, Public Auto Auctions: Graham has quite a pedigree in the auction world, following in her father’s footsteps. She graduated from Western College of Auctioneering and is truly a pioneer in introducing women into the profession, having won multiple prestigious awards that were exclusively presented to men.
“The quality and experience of these individuals show our dedication to providing the best customer service and results for our clients as we continue to expand throughout the western United States,” said Merrill Atwater, vice president of business development. “I’m really looking forward to working with them and they are already doing a fantastic job.”
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