ReMax agents earn awards

2014-04-20T00:00:00Z ReMax agents earn awards The Billings Gazette
April 20, 2014 12:00 am

Re/Max Of Billings agents have been recognized for 2013 Top Producer awards. The Bergland and Blair team's Betty Bergland received the Chairman's Award. Alexandra Blair received the 100 Percent Club Award, and their team including Ron Bergland received number one team for closed transactions and number two team for commissions earned for Montana. Keri Werning and Heather Ostermiller were the number seven team for Montana for commissions earned. Carey Chapman received a Platinum Club Award, number two for individual commissions earned for Montana and number three for individual closed transactions for Montana. 100 Percent Club Awards went to Roger Aldinger, Susan Clark, Lanissa Fortner, Cindy Dunham, Bruce McGee and Stephanie Krueger. Krueger also was number nine for commissions earned for Montana. Executive Club Awards were earned by Marsha Schell, Helen Gerringa, Keri Werning, Heather Ostermiller, Trenton Parks and Chet Blotske.

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