Kent Island agent receives President’s Cup Award
STEVENSVILLE — For the second time in five years, Champion agent Colleen Minahan has received the President’s Cup Award from the Bay Area Association of Realtors. The award is presented by BAAR leadership in recognition of continuous, dedicated service to the real estate industry, which also enhances the quality of the profession.
BAAR President Merry Tobin presented the award based on Minahan’s commitment to the association’s 2016 Realtor Expo. The Expo is an education fair and trade show which provides required, elective and technical continuing education to agents. In 2014 and 2016 the Realtor Expo became a joint effort between the Bay Area Association of Realtors and the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors. It plays an important networking role for Realtors and association business affiliates and Minahan has co-chaired the expo four times.
“Colleen has shown a passion for real estate since the beginning of her career with us,” said Jon Coile, Champion president and CEO. “She’s been a driving force in the Kent Island office and an important player in our Eastern Shore network. She certainly deserves this recognition.”
Minahan became a real estate agent and joined the Kent Island office in 2002. She said she loves the industry for its constant challenges and has stayed at Champion because of the support it provides.
“I have been a Champion Realtor since I was licensed nearly 14 years ago. I love that a Champion agent never really works alone,” commented Minahan. “The company-wide professional and personal support is unique.”
“Colleen is a dedicated professional who exemplifies the company’s ‘Expect more from a Champion’ philosophy. I’m very proud of her hard work on behalf of the BAAR and our friends at Mid-Shore Board of Realtors,” said Mario Bonanni, manager of the Kent Island office.