Truckee Tahoe business briefs
Prudential California Realty in Tahoe City is pleased to announce that local Realtor Doug Gompertz has been awarded the Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation by the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council of the National Association of Realtors.Doug joins more than 30,000 real estate professionals in North America who have earned the ABR designation. All were required to successfully complete a comprehensive course in buyer representation and an elective course focusing on a buyer representation specialty in addition to submitting documentation verifying professional experience.In addition to the ABR designation, Doug also holds the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation.
A Truckee icon for more than 25 years, Bradbury’s Office Services andamp; Supplies, B.O.S.S., has officially changed its corporate name to reflect the internet-driven statewide sales. The Office BOSS, Inc., still recognized locally as andamp;#8220;Bradbury’s,andamp;#8221; changed its corporate title with focus on internet-based sales of Office Supplies, Printing Supplies andamp; Office Furniture. andamp;#8220;More than 40 percent of our sales are now on-line,andamp;#8221; commented Jeff Ridgel, president of The Office BOSS. The Office BOSS has both a full reprographics facility and post office collocated at its retail location. Visit http://www.TheOfficeBOSS.com. Sign-in with your account username and password.
Richard Votaw, Farmers Insurance agent in Tahoe City, as been inducted into Farmers’ andamp;#8220;Topper Clubandamp;#8221; and invited to attend the 2009 annual meeting of Farmers’ top sales producers. Votaw is being recognized by Farmers for outstanding sales achievements during 2008.andamp;#8220;Farmers congratulates and is proud to welcome Richard to this year’s Topper Club. Richard is committed to providing quality insurance coverage and industry-leading service to Farmers’ customers,andamp;#8221; noted Executive Vice President of Field Operations Jerry Carnahan.The Topper Club convention will give Votaw an opportunity to meet with other top Farmers agents and district managers to discuss local, state and national trends and activities affecting the insurance business in their communities.
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