This morning enthusiast community and automotive auction platform Bring a Trailer announced their new program, Local Partners, a growing national network of independent auction preparation service providers.
Developed to increase convenience and support for sellers, this program will help sellers enhance the preparation and presentation of their vehicles to help maximize the performance of their auction listings on the BaT platform.
Sellers will be able to work with partners who have been carefully vetted to ensure the quality service associated with the BaT auction experience in areas that help the vehicle present well. This includes detailing, maintenance, interior/exterior refurbishment, repairs, photography, videography and more. Many of the BaT Local Partners are also offering additional services including storage and local transportation.
Randy Nonnenberg, co-founder and President of Bring a Trailer, had this to say about the new program, “One of the key factors in the success of Bring a Trailer has always been the high level of detail and transparency of the auction listings. Vehicles that are prepared, photographed and presented well are most likely to yield successful auction results. The Local Partners program was created in direct response to customer requests for additional resources to aid in that process.”
The Local Partners Program is launching with nearly a dozen partners spanning multiple states across the country, including Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, New York, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas and Washington, with more to come.
Sellers that are interested in taking advantage of BaT Local Partner services can visit the Local Partners program page on Bringatrailer.com, once there you can find more information and can search for a local provider. Each partner features a dedicated landing page outlining their services, contact information and other details. Working with a Local Partner will not impact BaT acceptance or auction fees, nor does BaT receive referral fees or any other compensation from local partners.