Vernon realtors earn top recognition

The Salt Fowler Team with Re/Max Vernon has qualified for the 2016 Re/Max Diamond Team Award

The Salt Fowler Team with Re/Max Vernon has qualified for the 2016 Re/Max Diamond Team Award, which honours successful teams that have earned the highest pinnacle of success in the past year.

In 2016, the Diamond Award was achieved by less than one percent of all active Re/Max agents.

“’Lisa Salt and Gord Fowler’s tireless dedication to serving their clients, consumers and community has allowed them to achieve this prestigious and elite honor,” said Brad Marsh, broker/owner of Re/Max Vernon.

“Receiving the Diamond Award is a significant accomplishment and we’re extremely proud that Lisa, Gord and their entire team continue to raise the bar in real estate.”

The honour was presented at a Las Vegas conference.

Salt has been a Re/Max agent in Vernon for 19 years. Fowler joined Salt in 2005 from Calgary.

They have also earned the Re/Max Hall of Fame and lifetime achievement awards as well as holding the designations of international real estate specialist, certified luxury homes specialist and accredited commercial professional.

All Salt Fowler Team members are members of the Canadian Real Estate Association, B.C. Real Estate Association and the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board.

Other team member award winners being honoured at Las Vegas were Alex Wambold and Joanne Pappin, earning Re/Max’s 100 Per Cent Club, and Glenn Beach achieving Executive Club.

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