Realtors recognized

Nominations are being sought for the Realtors Care Awards

This is the seventh year the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board’s North Okanagan zone will recognize the exemplary efforts of its members with annual Realtors Care Awards.

This year’s presentation will be made at the zone’s annual Christmas lunch Dec. 5.

“To show our pride in the community contributions of the realtors of the north zone, we, the zone executive, are pleased to launch the 2014 annual Realtors Care Awards,” said Elspeth Manning, with the north zone executive committee.

OMREB members can nominate a realtor or real estate office for this award. Nominations will also be accepted from the public.

The deadline for nominations is Nov. 10.

For nomination forms, visit (board news for the north zone nomination package).

“Realtors are good public citizens who care about the communities they live and work in and the world around them,” said Manning.

“I am always amazed at all the ways my colleagues give back, the leadership they take and the good example they set for others.”


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