Celebrating 15 Years!
Join us at Louisiana’s 1 st Choice Auto Auction as we celebrate 15 years of auction excitement May 23!
Now that we’ve all enjoyed (and survived) our annual Rockin’ Mardi Gras event sale and party at the House of Blues we turn our focus on the exciting happenings in store for the rest of 2017.
May 23rd will feature our 15th Anniversary Sale Event with 1200 cars, our exciting John Dough prize auction with $25,000 in great prizes, and a delicious crawfish boil! It’s a great way to kick off the summer while buying and selling cars.
We celebrate 1 st Choice Lagniappe on July 11 with our annual lagniappe event. It’s a fun summertime celebration of cars, snowcones, and that little something extra you only get at 1st Choice!
Football season is kicked off with our annual Tailgate event on August 22. We’ll have more details on that exciting sale later.
We finish the year with our annual Christmas John Dough Event on December 19th . This is an excellent opportunity to buy cars before year end and get a few last minute gifts with your John Dough at our gift auction. John Dough is our way of rewarding you for your continued loyalty to Louisiana’s 1 st Choice Auto Auction. We thank you and we are glad you are here every Tuesday.
In our commitment to continuous improvement we have begun refining and enhancing our processes and policies to ensure an even more effective and successful auction experience for our customers. Other improvements include our recently installed automated car wash which will greatly enhance our detail operation. And we launched the new, state-of- the-art Velocicast simulcast interface from Auction Edge to provide a more streamlined online experience for our dealers.
We hope you notice the positive changes and we encourage your feedback and suggestions on how we can make your 1st Choice experience even better.
Thank you for doing business at Louisiana’s 1st Choice Auto Auction.
“Excellence is not a destination; it is a continuous journey that never ends.”
Posted on Thu, March 9, 2017
by Phillip Freeman