The CCIM Institute recognized Florida as one of nine CCIM chapters for excellence at its Midyear Governance Meetings in Chicago, held April 1-5.
The annual CCIM President’s Cup awards program took place on April 4, honoring CCIM chapters that have demonstrated the highest degree of skill, ingenuity, and innovation in promoting the CCIM Institute brand at the local and regional levels.
The Florida Chapter took Second Place in the TIER 1 level, chapters with more than 228 members. North Carolina won first place.
“Being recognized nationally by the Institute via the President’s Cup was a team effort that demonstrates the commitment our chapter and districts have to its members,” shared Florida CCIM Chapter 2017 President Scott Lloyd. “Our Chapter and our Eight Districts continue to improve the many ways that we promote the CCIM brand on their behalf,” he added.
Highlights of 2016 included increases in education, marketing and networking events and improved communications for the Florida Chapter’s 800+ members, Lloyd explained. “We are committed to even greater improvements in 2017, our members deserve all the best,” he added.
CCIM Institute has more than 50 chapters across the U.S. and is represented in more than 30 global markets. The Florida Chapter is one of the largest.