NAR Says 5 Fla. Realtors Are Now C2EX Ambassadors
The Commitment to Excellence (C2EX) program boosts industry professionalism. Ambassadors will promote the latest “C2EX Challenge” and work directly with other Realtors.
ORLANDO, Fla. – The National Association of Realtors®’ (NAR) announced an Ambassador Program for its C2EX program. The new ambassadors – five of whom live in Florida – will soon offer one-on-one help either in-person or virtually.
The ambassadors are in training this month, and NAR expects they’ll be ready to offer presentations starting April 26, 2021. Sunshine State Realtors working as ambassadors include:
- Jay Quigley, Florida Executive Realty, Tampa
- Kimberly Ducharme Levensohn, Morris Realty & Investments Inc., Leesburg
- Michelle Ginn, ERA Neubauer Real Estate Inc., Lynn Haven
- Rory Dubin, EXIT Real Estate Gallery, Jacksonville
- Sherry Adams, Coldwell Banker Realty, Sarasota
C2EX – Commitment to Excellence – is not a designation or a course. It’s a benefit available to Realtors that’s easy to use and available 24-7. To get started, log on to C2EX.realtor and take the self-assessment that measures your proficiency in each of 10 elements of professionalism – 11 elements for brokers. Based on the results, the platform will generate customized learning paths, recommend experiences, and provide tools and resources to increase your knowledge and enhance your skillsets.
A C2EX Challenge is now going on, time for Florida Realtors® members to “Rock NAR’s 2021 C2EX Challenge.”
From now through Oct. 1, every Realtor member who starts the C2EX program earns 3 points. Those who previously started the program but have not yet completed can earn 5 points for 100% completion or a full endorsement.
Last year, Florida won the challenge – and the association hopes to do so again this year. Winning associations receive grants and national recognition they can use to boost membership and reinforce the essential role Realtors play as community experts.
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