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Nelson Real Estate Achiever Wins Trip to Las Vegas

Nelson Real Estate Achiever Wins Trip to Las Vegas

A local real estate sales consultant, Nina James from RE/MAX Elite, has received an all expenses paid trip to the International RE/MAX Convention in Las Vegas, as an acknowledgement of her high performance achievements.

Mrs James, who is the No.1 Top Individual Sales Associate for RE/MAX South Island, was awarded the prize by RE/MAX Elite Director Kate Bradley for ranking as the top sales consultant in 2013.

Ms Bradley says the 2014 RE/MAX R4 International Convention in March is a significant career opportunity for Nina.

“Nina has worked incredibly hard to achieve this prize so it is very well deserved,” says Ms Bradley.

“The international convention will be attended by approximately four and a half thousand RE/MAX agents from all around the world and will feature a range of high profile speakers such as basketball superstar and businessman Magic Johnson, leadership author Simon Sinek, and Darren Hardy, the publisher and founding director of SUCCESS Magazine.

The event will be an exciting opportunity for Nina to learn from other industry experts and further her burgeoning career.”

Nina James will also be accepting an award at the international convention to recognise her achievements in 2013 and an additional award at the national awards ceremony in Wellington on February 12, 2014.

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