Robinson Team Promotes Tricia Adams

Monday, July 8, 2019
Jay Robinson, founder and CEO of The Robinson Team of Keller Williams Realty, announced that Tricia Adams, previously the Pending Transaction coordinator, has been promoted to director of Operations & Client Services, the highest management position in the company. Ms. Adams will report directly to Mr. Robinson. 

“Tricia is the right person for this position and I am pleased to announce her promotion. She has demonstrated exceptional skill and a strong commitment to our client-centered business model,” said Mr. Robinson. “Even as our real estate market continues to grow and evolve, my top priority continues to be ensuring that our clients receive the very highest level of service—I believe Tricia shares that goal.”

In the new role Ms.
Adams will be responsible for managing company operations, developing new sources of business, recruiting, and managing the team of Buyer’s Specialists. Ms. Adams, a Philadelphia native, joined the Robinson Team in 2017 as a buyer’s specialist. In 2018 she was promoted to Pending Transaction Coordinator prior to accepting her new position.

“I want to thank Jay for this amazing opportunity, I am excited to take on this challenge and help the company grow to new heights,” said Ms. Adams. “The Robinson Team is the most successful and dynamic real estate team in Chattanooga. Jay has set a high bar for success and I intend to work as hard as I can to clear it. We expect to have a great 2019.”

Ms. Adams, a graduate of the University of Georgia and an NCAA Champion swimmer for the Bulldogs, moved to Chattanooga to be closer to family. Prior to embarking on her real estate carrier she coached swimming coach at several NCAA Division I institutions—including Florida State University and Clemson University.

When she is not working with clients or mentoring agents, she enjoys spending time with her husband Zac and their sons Smith and Ford at their home in Chattanooga’s Southside neighborhood.

The Robinson Team, along with the entire Keller Williams Greater Downtown market center, recently moved to a new, custom-built office on Chattanooga’s Southside. The new office is at 1830 Washington St. Chattanooga, Tn. 37408. 

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