Last week, Harry Norman’s top-performing agents were honored at our 2022 Success Circle Retreat hosted at the JW Marriott Plant Riverside District in Savannah, GA. The Harry Norman, REALTORS® Success Circle is an achievement recognizing the agents who are performing at a high-level industry benchmark of annual production, individually generating $4M in closed volume or $8M for teams.
Joining more than 180 agents, brokers, and partners was Harry Norman President & CEO, Jenni Bonura, Vice President of Marketing, Luke Trigwell, and General Manager, Todd Emerson. “I am honored to have shared in the success and celebration of so many talented, driven, and extraordinary individuals,” said Bonura. “The accomplishments of this group are inspiring. I look forward to their continued success.”
Beginning on Wednesday, November 9th, agents were treated to a welcome party at the Myrtle & Rose Rooftop, complete with a DJ, hors d’oeuvres, and a cocktail hour. On Thursday, Sara Nelson McKitrick, Director of Professional Development & Training for Luxury Portfolio International, and Tamara McHugh, Vice President of Business Solutions for Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, presented the Luxury Portfolio International Master Class featuring tailored content around the Atlanta Luxury Real Estate Market. Upon completion of the master class, each agent was awarded a certificate recognizing their expertise in luxury real estate.
Additionally, Harry Norman agents heard from internationally recognized real estate speaker Chelsea Peitz, known for breaking down complex concepts into actionable social media strategies and author of the #1 best-selling book What to Post: How to Create Engaging Content That Builds Your Brand & Gets Results. Pietz shared her insights and strategies for agents to create relevant brand-building content that is searchable, savable, shareable, story-focused, and prompts conversations. Concluding the three-day event, Christian Sottile, the premier architect in charge of all of Richard Kessler’s projects, spoke to the group and hosted an exclusive preview of Richard Kessler’s Plant Riverside project from its historical beginning to its completion.