Friday, February 25, 2005

First Meyer Blog

Twinkle, Twinkle, Meyer STARS

Mary Kerstetter received the 2004 Bronze Award from RELO for sending the highest number of outgoing referrals. RELO is the country's largest network of leading independent residential real estate firms processing referrals for individuals and families relocating from one area to another.

Lolly Holk has been elected Treasurer of the Baldwin County Chapter of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Previously she served a 2-year term as Director of the Chapter.

Property Management Comment Cards:
Jerry L., Cadillac, MI (1/1/05-3/26/05 moved from Sunchase to Unit 902; Four Winds) sent note with candy to Metris Connors, Ashley Odom, Eric Torres & Sarah Kuzma stating “Your southern hospitality is very much appreciated. Sara & Meyer, you’ve made our winter wonderful.”

Even small donations are greatly appreciated. We recently donated items printed with our logo to the following organizations:

20 Canvas bags to Habitat For Humanity of Baldwin County to be given to the Collegiate Team from Lake Forest, Illinois traveling here for a build on March 6-12.

6 Golf balls to include in welcome bags that the Foley Elementary School will give to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools who will visit March 22-23 to assess the school for continuing accreditation.


Our newest technology launch, E-Treasures, the electronic version of the 2005 “Treasures of the Gulf” Vacation Guide is popular with the consumer. The first 21 days (2/3/05-2/24/05) E-Treasures received over 1,200 views from potential customers.

Window Talk at the Orange Beach office is now fully functional with all 80 property advertisement slots filled. Customers can not only listen to the advertising message for their chosen property but they can also leave contact info for our sales team.

One of our brave customers volunteered to be slimed by Rajah the 9-month-old white tiger cub on February 22nd during Winter Guest Zoo Day at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo. As you see from the photos below our customer survived the lickin’ and keep on tickin’. The zoo plans to open sometime in March but our customers were treated to this exclusive sneak peek at the recovery efforts since the devastation of Hurricane Ivan. Over 90 customers were thrilled with the personalized guided tour and excellent animal show. The Marketing/Communication team wishes to thank Patricia Etheredge and Carmen Schonhoff for their assistance with this successful event.