Young director wins Ray White CEO Cup for 2018
Ray White Manukau director Adam Thomson, at 34, has taken out Ray White’s highest accolade – the CEO cup.
Ray White chief executive Carey Smith presented Thomson with the Cup in the company’s annual awards evening on Thursday night. Smith first introduced the Cup in 1997 to reward those who have made a significant contribution to Ray White New Zealand and allowed the company to make definitive progress in line with the values that are shared by the members.
On the evening, Smith commended Thomson for reviving Ray White Manukau and turning it into one of the Ray White group’s best performers.
Thomson took over the reins of the business after a hugely successful sales career spanning 12 years and including over $500 million in sales. He was consistently one of the company’s top agents.
Now he drives that energy into motivating his 50-plus staff in an office that was placed 8th in the country on the same night.
He started Ray White Manukau and Mangere Bridge six years ago with only three colleagues at the time and his successful associated company.
“It is a huge honour to receive this award and I think it is testament to the team I have surrounded myself with, so I would like to take a moment to thank each and every one of my team.”
“It’s an exciting time of growth for Ray White Manukau and I am excited about what the future holds – we are just getting started.”