HARRY NORMAN, REALTORS® SUCCESS CIRCLE RECOGNIZES HIGH-LEVEL AGENTS
The Prestigious Group Has Either Individually Generated $4M in Closed Volume or $8M for Teams
Harry Norman, REALTORS®, Atlanta’s premier luxury real estate firm, recently had the pleasure of rewarding top performing agents and teams at its mid-year Success Circle Summer Event. Held on Thursday, July 28, at the Dayroom in the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the awarded individuals have all met specific requirements and have performed at a high-level based on industry benchmarks of productions.
“When it comes to demonstrating professional excellence and providing the best client experience, these agents exceed all expectations. The hard work, dedication, and passion involved in achieving our Success Circle Status deserves recognition and celebration, and that is exactly what our HN Success Circle Summer event achieved,” Jenni Bonura, Harry Norman, REALTORS® President and CEO.
The annual achievement reflects the caliber of Harry Norman, REALTORS® agents and an example of how the brokerage continues to award its exceptional sales associates. To be in the Success Circle, individual members must generate at least $4M in closed volume, with teams producing a minimum of $8M.
The seated luncheon event included the opportunity for networking and mingling before the program, beginning with a real estate market overview presented by Harry Norman, REALTORS® General Manager, Todd Emerson. This was followed by Emily Norris, VP of Operations and Culture, and Luke Trigwell, VP of Marketing, sharing new partnership announcements and introducing exciting new agent tools designed to further accelerate agent success at Harry Norman, REALTORS®. The final keynote presentation was delivered by guest speaker Dean Foster. Foster is the founder of DFA Intercultural Global Solutions and former Worldwide Director of Berlitz Cross Cultural. He spoke on the elements of cross-cultural communication in an increasing globalization of business and real estate.
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