IRM Welcomes 157 New Sales Designees to the Fold
More than 150 new home sales professionals were inducted into the Institute for Residential Marketing (IRM) Class of 2006 during a commencement breakfast at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Fla. earlier this month.
The graduation class included:
The inductees were honored during a breakfast at the builders’ show on Jan. 11.
Several awards were also presented during the breakfast.
Long-time MIRM, Dan Levitan, of Levitan and Associates, Inc. in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., was given the IRM President’s Award. Levitan has been involved in the IRM education program since its inception 33 years ago. IRM is “a phenomenal educational opportunity and a phenomenal networking opportunity,” Levitan said.
Another long-time MIRM, Kay Green, of Kay Green Design, Inc. in Orlando, Fla., received the Trina Ripley Excellence in Education Award at the breakfast. Green, a commercial and interior designer, is also an instructor of NAHB IRM qualifying courses. Her son, Aaron Jennings, received his CMP designation at the breakfast.
For more information about the Institute of Residential Marketing, visit www.nahb.org/designations.
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