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February 28, 2013

BUSINESS BRIEFS


Derry News

---- — Local woman earns monthly Tastefully Simple award

LONDONDERRY — Tastefully Simple consultant Cara Hayden of Londonderry recently earned the company’s national Top Monthly Sponsor award.

Hayden added five consultants to her Tastefully Simple team during January to receive this award, sponsoring the highest number of new consultants from among all consultants across the country.

“This award recognizes Cara’s commitment to growing her business and offering an amazing opportunity for others to achieve their dreams,” said Jill Blashack Strahan, Tastefully Simple founder and CEO.

Tastefully Simple is the original national home tasting party company featuring easy-to-prepare foods. For more information about Tastefully Simple products, tasting parties or the business opportunity, contact Hayden at carahayden@comcast.net.

Verani Realty celebrates its own

Prudential Verani Realty hosted its annual meeting and awards ceremony at the Castleton in Windham.

The company is now celebrating its 46th year in business with more than 330 associates.

The most prestigious award, referred to as The Ozzie Award (named after company founder Osvaldo “Ozzie” Verani) was presented to the Top 12 associates in the company.

Peg and Bob Walther received the top spot for the fourth year in a row. Mary-Jo Driggers was second, Biran and Michelle Healy third, Ann McKillop fourth, Tom Duffy fifth, Val Munoz sixth, Pat Hewitt seventh, Pam Bailey eighth, Lise Tremblay ninth, Danielle and John Tringali 10th, Tami Mousseau 11th and Valerie Ellmer 12th.

Debbie Stone-Jackson received the award for Top E-Team Award and Top Outgoing Referral.

Achievers of the Year were Cindy Turcotte, Danielle Tringali, Pat Dowling, Kate Foss, Brian Daniels and Valerie Ellmer.

Rookie of the Year was Bob Ramalho. Scott Reiff won the Top Commercial award. Top Buyer Controlled went to Tami Mousseau. Peg and Bob Walther won the Top Listing and Top Units Closed. Office of the Year was a tie between the Concord and Salem offices.