PAAR Awards Sheridan Group Choice Bright Light Award

Dated: September 28 2020

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Sheridan Group Better Homes and Gardens BloomTree Realty Prescott Arizona

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Anna Tobin

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate | BloomTree Realty

(386) 898-2179

ann@bloomtreerealty.com

 

Sheridan awarded Prescott Area Association of Realtors' Affiliate Choice Bright Light Award

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty Agent recognized for serving others.



DJ Sherican Realtor Prescott ArizonoaPRESCOTT, ARIZONA, September 25, 2020 - Leading local real estate sales professional DJ Sheridan with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty Prescott received Prescott Area Association of Realtors’ Affiliate Choice Bright Light Award.

The award is granted to the realtor that gives inspiration to their peers to succeed, is willing to assist others, and is a shining example of industry participation. PAAR surprised Sheridan with the award today at the membership meeting.

“I am incredibly grateful and completely shocked, I had no idea that this was even coming,” said DJ Sheridan.

The award is given to an agent within the PAAR membership.  Past recipients from BloomTree include BloomTree Designated Broker, Sherri Battten, who was the first recipient of the award in 2018.

 

Co-Owner and Chief Operating Officer, Leslie Guiley, added, "We are so honored to have DJ Sheridan at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty.  DJ has tons of energy and you’ll be seeing more of him as he is immersed in this community and upcoming events.”

 

“PAAR loves celebrating our members and our Affiliate Council does a great job spotlighting Realtors for standout efforts. We are thrilled to present DJ Sheridan with the Bright Light Award and celebrate him for helping to raise the bar for all Realtors,” said PAAR CEO Amanda Creel, CAE, RCE.

 

“DJ Sheridan is a great choice for PAAR’s Affiliate Council’s Bright Light Award, which was designed to recognize Realtors for inspiring their peers to succeed, their willingness to assist others and is a shining example of industry participation,” said 2020 PAAR President Jeff Bashaw.  “This year has proven challenging for all of us, so I am happy to have the opportunity to recognize him on behalf of our Affiliate Council.”

 

To learn more about Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty, visit https://www.bloomtreerealty.com/

To learn more about Prescott Area Association of Relators (PAAR) visit https://www.paar.org/

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty  differentiates itself in the real estate industry through the collaborative efforts of over 200 agents in multiple business units- Residential, Commercial and Rental Solutions. BHGRE BloomTree comprises the largest industry segment in the quad cities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey-Humboldt with additional offices in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Cottonwood, Sedona and Phoenix.  Agents opt-in to a profit-sharing model and through the local Merit Fund and community charities, BHGRE BloomTree Realty shared over $300K to its agents and client’s local interests.

Check out BHGRE BloomTree Realty online:www.bloomtreerealty.com

LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bloomtree-realty

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BloomTreePrescott

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