Realtor Florence Jordan wins Lucky Bucks drawing
Realtor Florence Jordan won her choice of $10,000 or a two-week trip for two to London, Paris or Rome by winning first place in a drawing last week designed to promote sales of homes listed with broker O'Conor, Piper & Flynn. Several thousand agents attended the Thursday drawing at Camden Yards, which was viewed through teleconferencing by Eastern Shore Realtors gathered at a Dewey Beach, Del., office. Ms. Jordan is an agent in OPF's Glen Burnie office. She qualified by selling her own listing.
Second-place winner of $3,000 was Patricia Cull, an agent with Long & Foster in Westminster, and third-place winner of $2,000 was Michael Hollins, of the Baltimore office of Long & Foster.
The "Lucky Bucks" drawing was open to all licensed real estate agents of any broker who sold an OPF listing between June 1 and Aug. 31.
"Lucky Bucks was created to further enhance the services that we provide to our clients," said James P. O'Conor, chairman and CEO of OPF. "By piquing the interest of all brokers across Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware where we have offices, we were able to accelerate the sales process for many of our sellers."
Spedden, Fesser win community service awards
Robert Spedden of Cambridge, Carol Fesser of Frederick and Carter Rardon of Bowie are the winners of the 1995 Realtor Community Service Awards presented by the Maryland Association of Realtors. The award honors Realtors who "exhibit extraordinary and self-sacrificing acts of public service to the community."