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Eligibility for the award takes into consideration those brokers who are tracking, year-to-date, 100 percent or more of their closing goals for the first eight months of the calendar year.
"Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy put forth an amazing effort in 2005 and I am proud to present this award to such a deserving team," said W. Bruce Wallin, president of Cendant Mobility Broker Services.
"This award symbolizes the remarkable commitment and dedication of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy to ensure that our clients and customers receive the relocation industry's highest level of service."
"It is both humbling and deeply gratifying to receive this recognition from the industry we work daily to serve," said David Michonski, CEO of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy. "As with all of our successes, we value this award as motivation to continue and improve upon the quality of service we offer our clients."
JoAnne Kennedy, COO of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy, added: "This is a testimony to our agents who recognize the value of the Coldwell Banker network by utilizing it to place leads all over the country and the world. It is also a testimony to Mark Rutigliano, our Relocation Director, for his ability to find the right agent anywhere in the world for our customers and clients." Cendant Mobility Broker Network (CMBN) is the nation's leading network of more than 375 market-dominant real estate companies that serve the clients and customers of Cendant Mobility.
Cendant Mobility is the premier provider of global mobility management and workforce development solutions.
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|Title Annotation:||Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Oct 19, 2005|
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