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Ann Terrill Attended Summit Conference



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Ann Terrill Attended Summit Conference

Brian Corson, office manager, announces that Ann Terrill from Advanced Real Estate Better Homes and Gardens recently attended the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Service Medallion Club Summit at the Fiesta Americana Grand Cabo Del Sol Hotel and Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Over 200 members and guests attended Summit.

“Summit is an exclusive conference reserved for the top salespeople in the Better Homes and Gardens network,” Mr Corson said. “The networking, idea sharing and educational programs are designed to make the best sales associates even better and take them to a higher level in their careers. Training sessions were held by nationally-known trainers and real estate authorities, including Walter Sanford and Howard Brinton.”

Those attending Summit were either the top dollar-volume or transaction sides producer in their company, closed $3 million or more, or 40 sides or more in residential business either during 1998 or from January 1 to September 1, 1999.

“Those sales professionals who are invited to attend Summit are truly the best of the best within the real estate industry. They are dedicated to offering the Better Homes and Gardens level of customer service – the highest level of service in the industry. Being recognized at Summit is an exclusive honor and one we are proud to offer to these super-star agents,” says Allen Sabbag, president, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Service.

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate is an international network of residential real estate companies known for providing outstanding customer service and industry-leading marketing programs. Formed in 1978 as an extension of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, the network is now an operating division of GMAC Home Service with more than 1,400 offices and more than 23,000 licensed sales professionals. Advanced Real Estate is located in Sand Hill Plaza, Newtown. For more information see advanced BHG.com or call Ann at 426-4663.

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