In the biggest news to hit Philadelphia since Rocky Balboa, National Powersport Auctions (NPA) is pleased to announce its latest facility is open. Vehicles are being delivered daily with the first live auction set for Jan. 11, 2017.
"We are extremely excited to announce the opening of our fifth facility located just north of Philadelphia, in the town of Bristol, Pennsylvania," says NPA founder and CEO, Cliff Clifford. "We spent the past three years researching the industry and exploring facilities until we found the right fit for our dealers." Now dealers throughout the Northeast can take advantage of the world's largest pre-owned powersports auction located in their backyard.
“After 26 years, 5 locations and nearly a million vehicles sold, this is an accomplishment we should all be proud of," notes Clifford. The 35,000 square foot facility will accommodate more than 500 units per month and will house meeting rooms, offices and condition report stations like the other NPA operations in San Diego, Dallas, Cincinnati and Atlanta. The new location is near the intersection of the 95 and 276 highways, 29 miles from the Philadelphia airport.
NPA has always had an eye on the East Coast because of the high population density and strong dealer network, "Once we had solidified the idea, we double-checked the MIC data and conducted dealer surveys," says Jim Woodruff, NPA’s chief operating officer. "The results were overwhelmingly positive as we found that there are many top operating dealers in the region. Despite the seasonality, they produce strong sales numbers year round in both new and pre-owned product."
The one-two punch for the latest dealer-only auction facility will be overseen by NPA’s newest GM and long-time industry professional Bob Fitzpatrick. "I am looking forward to expanding the NPA footprint and I invite all dealers to see our first NPA auction in action on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017,” states Fitzpatrick. Along with Fitzpatrick, NPA’s sales manager Dusty Krepp will also be headquartered at the new Philly location.
For additional details and information about the Philadelphia facility, or to schedule a drop-off please contact Bob Fitzpatrick at (267) 400-0264 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.