Each year, Coldwell Banker Caine recognizes its top producing agents with honors. This year, the company awarded over 60 agents across the Upstate for producing within the top local, national and international rankings during their annual meeting Monday, February 17.
Sharon Wilson was named top producing agent in Coldwell Banker Caine for 2013, #1 Volume Producer for 2013, and the #1 Coldwell Banker Sales Associate in South Carolina. The company announced the top 20 sales associates in the following order:
- Sharon Wilson
- Jacob Mann
- Helen Hagood
- Nick Carlson
- Thomas Cheves
- Francie Little
- Faith Ross
- David Seaver
- Susan Reid
- Carolyn Dowling
- Heidi Putnam
- Jennifer Wilson
- Judy McCravy
- Berry Gower
- Patty Einstein
- Susan Gallion
- Virginia Abrams
- Marcia Hancock
- Beth Beach
- Jake Dickens
Sharon Wilson and Jacob Mann qualified for the International President’s Premier Society, which is awarded to the top 1 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally. This is the highest recognition Coldwell Banker awards throughout its global network.
Nick Carlson, Helen Hagood and Pat Loftis qualified for the International President’s Elite Society, which is awarded to the top 3 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally.
Thomas Cheves, Steve Mussman and Jamie Ouzts, of The Cheves, Mussman, Ouzts Group, qualified for the International President’s Circle Team Society, which is awarded to the top 18 percent of all Coldwell Banker agent teams in U.S. and Canada.
Andrew Little, Francie Little, Donna Morrow, Susan Reid and Lori Thompson qualified for the International President’s Circle Society, which is awarded to the the top 6 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally.
The following agents qualified for the International Diamond Society, which is awarded to the top 11 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally: Virginia Abrams, Beth Beach, Jake Dickens, Carolyn Dowling, Jere duBois, Shelbie Dunn Behringer, Patty Einstein, Susan Gallion, Berry Gower, Steve Hammett, Kathy Harris, Susan McCoy, Judy McCravy, Charlene Panek, Rhonda Porter, Heidi Putnam, Faith Ross, David Seaver, Sharon Tootell, Carol Walsh, Holly West, Jennifer Wilson and Linda Wood.
The following agents qualified for International Sterling Society, which is awarded to the top 16 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally: Tracey Cappio, Suzanne Freeman, Lorraine Gibson, Felicia Griggs, Marcia Hancock, Trish Hollon, Hillary Hurst, Jane McCutcheon, Mary Jo Ochylski, Heather Parlier, Eva Sandfort, Beth Sarmento and Alicia Waynick.
The following agents qualified for International Bronze Society: Megan Coates, Kay Cox, Heather Durbin, Pete Edge, Mary Jane Freeman, Kathy Gallamore, Kaye McIntyre, Debbie Moseley, Brett Smagala, Sherry Sponseller, Annette Starnes, John Stephenson, Lisa Watson and Lynn West.
The #1 Unit Producer was Jacob Mann, #1 Increased Production was Helen Hagood, Top Relocation Agent was Eva Sandfort, Team Spirit Award was awarded to Kerstin Joslin-Venus and the Team Leadership Award was awarded to Jane McCutcheon.
Coldwell Banker Caine was awarded the Chairman’s Circle award, recognizing the top 6 percent of all companies in the U.S. and Canada. The Greenville, Williams St. office, was awarded the #1 Coldwell Banker office in South Carolina, the #1 office in the Southern Region by size category and the Premier Office Award recognizing the top 19 % of all offices in U.S and Canada.
“Coldwell Banker Caine agents continue to be leaders, both locally and internationally within the vast Coldwell Banker network,” said Stephen Edgerton, president and CEO of Coldwell Banker Caine “To be awarded such designations is an honor and a representation of what our agents strive for everyday: excellence, leadership and dedication.”