Panama City Brokerages Earns Top CENTURY 21 Award

Panama City Brokerages Earns Top CENTURY 21 Award

Century 21 Real Estate LLC, a subsidiary of Realogy Holdings Corp., announced that CENTURY 21 Blue Marlin Pelican is the recipient of the 2019 CENTURY 21® “2100 Club Award” for best transaction growth earned in 2018 within the CENTURY 21® System.

The award was presented at Century 21’s exclusive top broker business meeting and retreat to broker/owners of the full-service real estate brokerage firm, Jerry Sullivan and John Hughes (in absentia). Along with their team of 140+ relentless independent sales professionals, Sullivan and Hughes earned this award in record time, having only affiliated with the C21® brand since December 2015.

“Our affiliated agents are the rock-stars who truly deserve this award; they are ones who leverage the training, tools, technologies and brand marketing that we offer to deliver extraordinary experiences to their clients,” explained Sullivan. “Both John and I knew that when we joined the C21® family that we were making the best decision possible for our company’s long-term health and this recognition validates what we felt all along.”

CENTURY 21 Blue Marlin Pelican specializes in residential, commercial, investment property, and long-term rentals throughout the Florida Panhandle with offices in Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach/Okaloosa Island, Miramar Beach, Navarre, and two offices in Panama City Beach.

“The growth culture, positive mindset and service-oriented attitudes that both Jerry and John possess and bring every day to their family of agents and to the community at-large raise the bar high, and set the tone for success,” added Miedler. “Both of them live our mission to defy mediocrity, and they are true ambassadors of what it means to be CENTURY 21 relentless.”

The 2019 CENTURY 21® 2100 Club business meeting and retreat was held at The Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, S.C., from June 4-6.

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