Top Honors Go To Fillmore Avenue L — Again And Again!
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Top Honors Go To Fillmore Avenue L — Again And Again!

For 40 years, Fillmore Real Estate’s office at 9317 Avenue L has been holding an annual award ceremony to sort of “pat themselves on the back”

Canarsoe Courier

Top Honors Go To Fillmore Avenue L — Again And Again!

February 9. 2006

The “Team” at Fillmore Avenue L

The “Team” at Fillmore Avenue L proudly gathered together when they were honored for being the #1 company-wide awardees for closings and contracts for ten consecutive years.
 

 

For 40 years, Fillmore Real Estate’s office at 9317 Avenue L has been holding an annual award ceremony to sort of “pat themselves on the back” and duly praise their hard, successful and deserving workers. This year was no exception, as they held a beautiful award ceremony at the elegant El Caribe in Mill Basin.

 

A variety of honors for outstanding service to Fillmore and to the community were handed out by Fillmore Avenue L’s manager Jean Paul Ho, who has officiated at these same events for a number of years and has also received many honors himself.

For the 10th consecutive year, the Avenue L office received the award for #1 closings and #1 contracts in Brooklyn and $2 million in production, beating out 20 offices (that’s over 600 salespeople), including commercial and relocation offices too.

 

Another outstanding award went to a very special person: Avenue L’s Administrative Assistant Eileen Melecio, who received top honors and recognition for her friendliness, cordiality and, of course, her special organizational skills. The honors are well deserved, as are those given to Elise Kaplan and Cheryl.

Anita Yeung was honored as the top salesperson, company-wide, for the fourth consecutive year and the Team Award, created five years ago, has gone to the Avenue L office every year.

 

Upon receiving his accolades and awards for the past year, Jean Paul Ho dedicated the ceremony to the late chairman of Fillmore, William R. Reinhardt, who passed away last December, and to Lou Dellisirio, who died the previous year. Ho said everyone was grateful for the leadership, support and guidance of the pioneers. 

Photos by Sonny Maxon

 

 

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