Crye-Leike North Georgia Receives Business Of The Year Award

Monday, March 19, 2018
Ian O’Shea, branch manager of Crye-Leike North Georgia, with President of Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce Martha Eaker
Ian O’Shea, branch manager of Crye-Leike North Georgia, with President of Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce Martha Eaker

The Ft. Oglethorpe- North Georgia branch of Crye-Leike Real Estate Services has earned the award for Business of the Year presented by the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce. 

The North Georgia office beat out their competitors in the medium category, which pertains to businesses with staff size of 20-50 people, as the business that exemplified top community and Chamber involvement. 

“I am extremely proud that our North Georgia office was voted as the medium category’s Business of the Year,” said Ian O’Shea, branch manager of Crye-Leike North Georgia. “Supporting the community we serve and actively involving ourselves within the community and Chamber of Commerce is important to us all.” 

Mr. O’Shea currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Board of Directors for the Catoosa Chamber of Commerce and is a graduate of Leadership Catoosa and the Georgia Academy for Regional Economic & Leadership Development.

“Networking and building relationships here in Catoosa County is something I am proud to be involved with,” said Mr. O’Shea. “Encouraging staff and sales associates to do the same is an important part of staying in touch with our community and their real estate needs.” 

 



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