Awards recognise the outstanding performance of CENTURY 21 individuals and offices

It always gives me great pleasure to recognise the outstanding work and achievements of real estate professionals in the CENTURY 21 network across Australia.  And with so many highly talented individuals working under the CENTURY 21 banner, it often seems as though there just aren’t enough awards to give. 

The CENTURY 21 2011 National Convention was held in Hobart over the 2nd and 3rd of June and gave me the chance to catch up with many CENTURY 21 principals and agents, as well as the opportunity for myself and the company to present three special awards.

Hall of Fame

The CENTURY 21 Hall of Fame inducts one individual each year.  This person is someone who has shown overall dedication to the real estate profession and has achieved superior results in real estate sales practice.  The Inductee is an individual who has demonstrated leadership, customer service and professionalism, embracing all facets of the CENTURY 21 system and contributing willingly to support individuals within the network.  The winner of this award also shows a high level of involvement within the local community. 

I am proud to announce that this year’s Hall of Fame Inductee was Terry Kirk, Director of CENTURY 21 Stals and Kirk in Valentine, NSW.  A prolific award winner, Terry has shown continued support for the CENTURY 21 system and all that it stands for.  He is well respected by his peers and gives an immense amount back to both his local community and the real estate profession.  I congratulate Terry on his induction into the CENTURY 21 Hall of Fame.

The ‘Sam Raiti’ Award for E-Sales Excellence

CENTURY 21 bestows this award upon a member of the CENTURY 21 team who wholly supports the company brand on all levels.  It gives me great pleasure to announce that the winner of this award for 2011 is Christian Smith, Principal of CENTURY 21 Active Realty in Ellenbrook, WA. 

In receiving this award, Christian was recognised by CENTURY 21 for giving and assisting others without expectation, embracing the CENTURY 21 culture, promoting the brand and enthusiastically participating in events and programs, as well as his contribution to the improvement of CENTURY 21 systems, particularly in the area of e-Sales and internet technology. 

2100 Cup

The 2100 Cup is awarded to one individual office each year which has a strong local area reputation for excellence in the delivery of real estate agency services, a superior local area profile in terms of its internal and external office appearance, online presence, and print and other marketing mediums, and a high level of involvement with the local community.   The winning office must have demonstrated sales success, have a stable and committed sales and support team, and be a strong supporter of CENTURY 21 training and events. 

A very deserving office, the winner of the 2100 Cup was CENTURY 21 Combined Wentworth Falls, NSW.  This office has shown a consistent belief in the CENTURY 21 system and all that it stands for and embraces and implements CENTURY 21 tools and systems.  Importantly, this office plays a significant role in community leadership and continues to evolve and change, showing an openness to new ideas and ways of doing business. 

Overall the 2011 National Convention was a great success and allowed CENTURY 21 to recognise the outstanding work of our offices and agents around the country.  I congratulate both the winners I have spoken about here, as well as others honoured throughout the event.  

Posted by Charles Tarbey on 14/06/2011 at 9:12 AM | Categories:

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