Sajja receives Prudential Fox & Roach award
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.