Manheim adds locations to mobile auction sales progam


Manheim has expanded its mobile auction network, with a new mobile sale launching Wednesday in Rochester, N.Y.

The company is conducting the Manheim Rochester site in partnership with Bob Johnson Automotive Group.

Manheim Rochester, which was previously Central Auto Auction, is the auction company’s first physical presence in the area.

(A Manheim spokesperson confirmed that the site is still owned by Bob Johnson Automotive and that the sale is a partnership between the dealer group and Manheim).

Manheim added a mobile sale in Novi, Mich., which is hosted by Manheim Detroit, in August.

The company now hosts more than 45 monthly mobile sales.

Among those are 27 recurring sales and 18 event sales. The mobile auctions are held at “non-traditional locations” including dealerships, hotels, race tracks and beyond.

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Goodwill has busy donation season; adds inventory

A spokesperson for the company said the high volume of donations means a lot more inventory in stores.

COLORADO, USA — Goodwill donations are high right now, making for a broader selection for bargain hunters.

That’s according to Marketing and Communications Manager Bradd Hafer, who said lines at Goodwill donation centers have been especially long this summer as employees have taken in high amounts of clothing — the No. 1 donation — as well as furniture, housewares, art, collectibles and electronics.

Hafer said the donations have greatly benefited the company’s customer base.

“Our current high-volume of donations has created even bigger and broader opportunities for shoppers to land great, one-of-a-kind merchandise at bargain prices,” Hafer said.. 

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Hafer said like previous summers, many people showed up at Goodwill with just a few things to donate. But also this summer,

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Allbids adds new dimension to ACT’s collectable car market | The Canberra Times

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Canberra’s reputation as a great place to own a collectable car has brought an unexpected burgeoning business for small ACT auction company Allbids. Less than 18 months ago, the only major car auction house in Canberra was Pickles, mostly catering for ex-government and fleet owners. Now Allbids has opened a niche catering for classic and collectable cars, and it’s proving popular. “Canberra and Queanbeyan has a really strong and vibrant car community with lots of older classic and collectable cars,” Ben Hastings, the head of Allbids’ vehicle auctions said. “We know about it because we live here and we see how many great cars turn up when the clubs have local shows and runs. “But it’s been a bit of a well-kept secret. What we’ve found, by holding these classic street car auctions, is that the secret’s now starting to get out.” He described his auctions as “boutique”

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Newswire & Press Release / Qualcomm Adds New 5G Mobile Platform to Snapdragon 7-Series – Telecom / Wireless / VoIP / IPTV – QUALCOMM, Inc.


Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced a new 5G mobile platform in the 7-series, the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 750G 5G Mobile Platform, which enables truly global 5G with brilliant HDR gaming and amazing on-device AI. ​ To date, there have been more than 275 designs announced or in development based on Snapdragon 7-series mobile platforms, including 140 5G designs.

“We continue to see great traction with our high-tier Snapdragon 7-series 5G mobile platforms,” said Kedar Kondap, vice president of product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “As we continue to build out this relatively new tier of our mobile roadmap, we’re always looking for ways to support the growing needs of our OEM customers. Snapdragon 750G delivers a selection of premium mobile features to an even wider audience.”

The new Snapdragon 750G features the truly global Qualcomm®

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