Sa­jja re­ceives Pru­den­tial Fox & Roach award

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Ra­jeev Sa­jja of North Wales, vice pres­i­dent of Dig­i­tal In­no­va­tion for Pru­den­tial Fox & Roach, Real­tors, was re­cently named one of the 2012 EPIC Award win­ners for be­ing “in­no­va­tive.”

Among Pru­den­tial Fox & Roach Real­tors who re­marked on Sa­jja’s award was Glad­wyne sales as­so­ciate Selma Glanzberg, who said, “I nom­i­nate him for be­ing in­no­va­tive in fiQGLQJ sROuWLRQs WR hHOS us be bet­ter at what we do. He truly is a trusted ad­vi­sor to us.”

Mike McCann, So­ci­ety Hill sales as­so­ciate, said, “Ra­jeev goes above and be­yond help­ing oth­ers. He is al­ways on the cut­ting edge and sug­gests in­no­va­tive ideas to help grow our busi­ness.”

“Ra­jeev has opened my eyes to the world of tech­nol­ogy,” said Mau­reen Hart­man, Mt. Lau­rel sales as­so­ciate.

Linda Baron, Blue Bell sales as­so­ciate, said, “Ra­jeev’s cre­ation of the chat groups on Face­book have pro­vided in­cred­i­bly help­ful in­for­ma­tion for all of us.”

Win­ners were se­lected based on nom­i­na­tions in four cat­e­gories, Eth­i­cal, Pro­fes­sional, In­no­va­tive and Car­ing, rep­re­sent­ing the core val­ues of Pru­den­tial Fox & Roach, Pru­den­tial Patt, White, The Tri­dent Com­pa­nies and The Pre­mier Com­pa­nies. The pro­gram is de­signed to rec­og­nize and re­ward both sales as­so­ciates and em­ploy­ees who have gone above and be­yond in their daily du­ties to re­in­force the core val­ues de­picted in the EPIC vi­sion.

Con­grat­u­lat­ing Ra­jeev Sa­jja, cen­ter, on his in­no­va­tion award, are, from left, Chair­man and CEO Larry Flick, Chief Mar­ket­ing Of­fi­cer Steve Storti, Pres­i­dent of the Tri­dent Group Gerry Griesser and PFR Real­tors Pres­i­dent Joan Dock­tor.

Through Fox & Roach Char­i­ties, the Jenk­in­town Home Mar­ket­ing Cen­ter re­cently made a char­i­ta­ble con­tri­bu­tion to Rubye’s Kids, in Jenk­in­town, for ser­vices for un­der­priv­i­leged chil­dren. Roz Weiss, cen­ter, Rubye’s Kids pres­i­dent, and, third from right, Anita Duke, Rubye’s Kids vice pres­i­dent, ac­cept a check from left, Matthew Hoy, Vicki Klink, Anne Lotz, Bill Schur and Dorothy French, Jenk­in­town HMC sales as­so­ciates and char­ity rep­re­sen­ta­tives. “We are so pleased to be able to con­tinue our char­i­ta­ble giv­ing dur­ing to­dayís eco­nomic cli­mate, and help som many in need,” said Kassie Erb, pres­i­dent, Fox & Roach Char­i­ties. Fox & Roach Char­i­ties has con­trib­uted more than $4 mil­lion through of­fice fund do­na­tions and board of trustee grants, since its in­cep­tion in 1995, to more than 250 or­ga­ni­za­tions in the Greater Philadel­phia and Tri-State area. One hun­dred per­cent of ev­ery dol­lar re­ceived is do­nated back into the com­mu­ni­ties served. The ma­jor­ity of funds are raised through vol­un­tary con­tri­bu­tions from sales as­so­ciates and em­ploy­ees through Pru­den­tial Fox & Roach/Tri­dent real es­tate trans­ac­tions and pay­roll do­na­tions to Fox & Roach Char­i­ties. In ad­di­tion, sales as­so­ciates and em­ploy­ees make sub­stan­tial con­tri­bu­tions of time and ef­fort to lo­cal char­i­ties in need.

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