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Century 21 Towne & Country employees honored

Century 21 Towne & Country employees win awards

Cathy Griffin of Century 21 Towne & Country took the 2015 No. 1 Agent Award in units for the North Carolina region at banquet in Myrtle Beach on Feb. 18. She was also recognized at the International Convention in Orlando, Florida, for being the No. 14 agent in the nation of Century 21 agents.

Griffin also received the Double Centurion Producer award for Individual Sales Production. The Double Centurion Producer award is awarded to associates that earn 130 or more closed transactions sides within a calendar year.

“Cathy is a leader and innovator in delivering powerful home buying and selling choices to her clients because she knows the community she serves,” said Broker/Owner Dianne Greene.

“Cathy is a valued and trusted real estate resource for the Salisbury community and a major contributor to the overall success of Century 21 Towne & Country.

Cathy Griffin has 24 years of experience in the real estate industry and has been an independent sales affiliate of the Century 21 System for 24 years.

Jayne Land, Jerry Davis and Lin Litaker of Century 21 Towne & Country were recognized and honored as a top producers with the coveted Century 21 Ruby Masters Award at a luncheon on Feb. 18 in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Ruby level status is awarded to a C21 sales affiliate who has met sales production of 32 or more closed transaction sides within a calendar year.

Jayne Land and Keshia Sherrill of Century 21 Towne & Country earned the Quality Service Pinnacle Award at the luncheon. The annual award is based on results from the Century 21 Quality Service Survey which is e­mailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home.

To earn this award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 30 percent of their transactions from Jan. 1­ to Oct. 31, with an average score of at least 95 percent or better for two consecutive years.

“Cathy, Jayne, Jerry, Lin and Keshia place their real estate wisdom and passion for life into their everyday business, helping make clients more comfortable with real estate transactions as they make what may be the most significant purchase of their lives,” said Greene.



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