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TOM RAWSON ACHIEVES HIGHEST RAY WHITE RECOGNITION AWARD

By Alana Saunders

By Adam Thomson.

I’m proud to announce that Ray White Manukau salesperson Tom Rawson has taken out the highest award in Ray White Internationally.

Tom has received the Chairman’s Club accolade, of which only nine people in New Zealand have achieved to date. Only last month, he was named in the top 10 out of 2000 Ray White salespeople from 166 offices across New Zealand.

Tom is well-known for his ‘No Ties Just Wins’ marketing campaign, his affable and authentic personality and his straightforward sales approach that clearly gets results. He sells a property – on average – every five days.

I put this down to hard work, dedication to client satisfaction, excellent negotiating ability and strong attention to detail, which has seen him amass a strong and loyal client base of both sellers and buyers.

Congratulations Tom, and kudos to your team members to their hard work and contribution.

At Ray White Manukau, we foster a culture of high performance and top customer satisfaction, and Tom really embodies this. Tom, along with the rest of our team has contributed to Ray White Manukau ranking eighth out of all offices in the country this year. Well done.

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