Spring has Sprung!

Spring has Sprung!

And with it the tax season is winding down. At Louisiana’s 1st Choice Auto Auction we have experienced a robust tax season with higher sales percentages and buyers. Our 1st quarter promotional event, our Rockin’ Mardi Gras sale and dealer appreciation party at the House of Blues, were well attended and a good time was had by all.

Our next signature event is our 16th Anniversary Sale on May 22. We expect 1000 vehicles which will be followed by a 1000 pound crawfish boil and our popular John Dough Gift Auction with over 20 great prizes valued at $20,000! We’ll be rolling out the red carpet for our esteemed dealers and look forward to sharing our Louisiana lagniappe with each of you.

We are pleased to announce we are a now a DealShield auction! In fact, we are the only independent auto auction in our region that now offers the DealShield Guarantee program to our customers. If you are currently a DealShield member this makes your 1st Choice visit even more profitable. If you need more information about this valuable service contact any auction representative for details.

We thank you for your continued support and loyalty these past 16 years at Louisiana’s 1st Choice Auto Auction. We’ll see you on Tuesday at 8:45am.

“All business success rests on something labeled a sale, which at least momentarily weds company and customer.”
Tom Peters

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