ADESA Adds to National Sales Team

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ADESA has added Patrick Ming as executive sales director. He joined the KAR organization through the acquisition of OPENLANE in 2011 and brings more than 20 years of experience in the automotive industry. Most recently, Ming served as director of online programs at ADESA, where he oversaw development of customer-tailored upstream auction platforms for several large private-label portfolios supported by OPENLANE, the world’s largest upstream vehicle auction platform. 

Vince McNeal has rejoined the team as senior director of customer solutions. He began his ADESA career in 2005 at the company’s ADESA Lexington auction location serving as a dealer sales representative, before promotions to fleet lease manager and assistant general manager. McNeal next served as executive sales director at ADESA for five years. He most recently served as executive director of commercial sales for TradeRev, another business unit of KAR.

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