Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, March 28, 2017
9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Location
Manheim Riverside

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Ever wonder what happens to a vehicle once it comes off lease, gets traded in, or is retired from a rental fleet?

While many of us are experts on vehicle development, testing, manufacturing, and sales, few of us know what happens after the first owner hands over the keys and when the vehicle crosses the auction lane. However, there is a fascinating process that gives new life to the vehicle and supports its re-entry into the market.

Manheim, North America’s leading provider of vehicle remarketing services, invites MPG members for an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at one of its premier auction locations in Southern California: Manheim Riverside. On sale day each week, approximately 3,000 vehicles will cross 14 auction blocks at this location. For those who have never experienced an auction sale (and even for some who have attended a smaller auction), Manheim Riverside is not to be missed.

After experiencing the action-packed auction lanes, attendees will tour the Riverside facility to view what it takes to get a used vehicle ready to re-enter the marketplace. MPG members will hear from Manheim leadership about trends in the used car market and how Manheim is helping dealers and manufacturers successfully navigate this complex, exciting segment of the automotive industry. Lunch is included.


Speakers:

  • Manheim Senior Vice President of Inventory Services, Grace Huang
  • Cox Automotive Senior Analyst, Michelle Krebs
  • Manheim Riverside General Manager, Chris Brown

NOTE: A minimum number of RSVP’s is required for Manheim to host the event. Early RSVP is strongly suggested as space is limited! Please RSVP as soon as possible.

  • Early Bird RSVP: FREE for Members with RSVP by 3/10
  • Member Ticket: $20 (RSVP after 3/10)
  • Non-Member Ticket: $30

RSVP Here


Location:
Manheim Riverside
6446 Fremont St.
Riverside, CA 92504


View the event photo gallery here at Flickr!


 

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