Brian Wahlster Named General Manager of Bar None Auction’s Sacramento Branch
Sacramento, CA – Bar None Auction, a premiere commercial truck and heavy equipment auction, has named Brian Wahlster general manager with operational and sales responsibilities for their Sacramento auction site.
Updated: Friday, October 26, 2012 12:49 PM
“Brian brings over eight years of proven Heavy Equipment industry experience to Bar None Auction,” says Zeb Seidel, President of Bar None Auction. “His mix of leadership skills, expertise, and energy are exactly what is needed to run a multi-million dollar monthly public auction.”
Prior to joining Bar None Auction, Brian worked for such companies as RDO Equipment and Red Mountain Machinery. He has held such positions as Manager, Account Manager, Inside Sales, and Dispatcher. Wahlster also helped start BikeBandit.com after receiving his bachelor’s degree from Penn State.
“I am very excited to be joining Bar None Auction as General Manager of the Sacramento branch,” said Wahlster. “There is more demand than ever for the opportunity to buy and sell heavy equipment at competitive prices. Our monthly public auctions create an exciting and competitive bidding environment that benefits both buyers and sellers.”
The next auction in Sacramento is on October 13 at 8:30am. Owners interested in selling their equipment can call our sales team at 916.383.2000.
Auction Details?October 13, 2012 at 8:30AM
4751 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826
Auction is open to the public and registration is free. For more information, please visit www.barnoneauction.com.
About Bar None Auction
Headquartered in Rancho Cordova, CA, Bar None Auction is a premiere commercial truck and heavy equipment auctioneer. Bar None Auction brings together buyers and sellers from around the world in both live and online auctions. The company conducts monthly, high-quality, absolute public auctions, featuring a broad range of commercial truck, heavy equipment, government surplus, real estate, and other assets from the construction, lumber, and agricultural industries.