The Coldwell Banker King Thompson agents and staff celebrated a successful 2018 last week at the Estate at Bridge Park. If you attended, please share your feedback. Agents were recognized with local and international awards for their accomplishments in sales as well community service, board participation and partner referrals. Sales offices were also awarded for their sales volume and units.
The Dan Goldman Community Service Award for outstanding commitment and dedication to the community was earned by Rick Lemmons of the New Albany/Gahanna office. Lynda Long of the Polaris Regional office was awarded the Jerry White award for her outstanding commitment to superior service to her clients, leadership in the office, vision, professionalism and integrity. The Truly Remarkable Service Award for an Employee was earned by Tina Hollingshead-Mosley, Field Operations Coordinator for Coldwell Banker King Thompson and Coldwell Banker West Shell. Tina consistently elevates the level of customer service she provides to agents and staff.
Rising Stars were celebrated for their exceptional productivity within the first 18 months of their real estate career with Valerie Langhirt earning Rising Star of the Year! Agents with tenure were also recognized. Among them, Jane Nipps was congratulated for 45 years with the company as she heads into retirement.
The Coldwell Banker King Thompson Foundation welcomed the 10 charities it supported in 2018 and distributed $40,000 at the event. To view photos of the awards celebration, click here.