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Patrick_Finnick_Super_BowlPatrick Finnick, broker and owner of RE/MAX Center in Duluth, Ga., won the trip of a lifetime during a recent training session hosted by RE/MAX Regional Services (RRS). Finnick received an all-expense paid trip for two to Super Bowl 50, including two Super Bowl tickets, round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations and a spending allowance.

RE/MAX Regional Services serves over 3,700 agents in more than 200 offices. The region includes RE/MAX of Georgia, RE/MAX of Kentucky, RE/MAX of Tennessee and RE/MAX of Southern Ohio.

The drawing was held on Jan. 6 at the conclusion of the first Momentum Training Program hosted by RE/MAX Regional Services in Atlanta. Momentum is a rigorous course designed to provide brokers with systems and strategies to grow their business and provide a complete agent development program to their agents. The drawing was done to reward participating RE/MAX brokers and owners for their commitment to continued learning and growth.

“It was a tremendous surprise to be selected as the winner of the Super Bowl 50 drawing. I think Super Bowl tickets are on everyone’s bucket list,” says Patrick Finnick, broker/owner of RE/MAX Center. “I am very excited about this trip and marking another item off my personal bucket list. Thank you again to RE/MAX Regional Services.”

The Momentum Training Program and Super Bowl contest is another example of the BrokerFirst philosophy that drives RE/MAX Regional Services. RE/MAX Regional Services believes that providing outstanding support services to their brokers allows them to, in turn, provide outstanding support to their agents. In the end, the client receives the best service possible.

“Like a football team depends on each individual player to contribute to the team’s overall success, we depend on each of our franchisees to contribute to the growth of RE/MAX,” says Dane Ellison, CEO, RE/MAX Regional Services. “Brokers who attend the Momentum Program are committed to learning and mastering their skills. These brokers have thriving offices that are attracting agents to join them and they are our MVP’s. Providing a deserving person with Super Bowl tickets is a way to show our appreciation and reward a member of our team.”

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