All smiles for Landmark’s top performers

07 Aug, 2017 04:00 AM
Comments
0
 

LANDMARK Harcourts Kojonup sales representative David Jannings has been named the company’s top WA performer in rural sales for 2016/17, taking out the gold achievement award for overall sales (rural).

Landmark Harcourts region corporate and business development manager – West, Glenn McTaggart, made the presentation to a surprised but clearly chuffed Mr Jannings at the Landmark Harcourts WA Mid-Year Conference at Aloft Perth Hotel last week.

Mr Jannings said it had been a year of hard work, but acknowledged being part of such a great team was a big part of his success and mentioned help from support crew members Kathy McTaggart and Andrea Lawson in particular.

“This is a big surprise to me and I would like to congratulate the other placegetters and welcome the new players here today,” he said.

“If we all stick together as a team we can make a real feast of this.”

In a repeat from 2016, Albany-based Neville Tutt won the silver award while last year’s outstanding achievement award winner Simon Cheetham, Merredin, stepped it up a notch to claim the bronze award.

Gingin representative Adam Shields was again the highest performer in the lifestyle/residential sales category, Kylie Britza, Manjimup, said it was “one for the girls” when she won the encouragement award and Manjimup compatriot Don Lyster was recognised for 10 years of service.

FarmWeekly

POST A COMMENT


Screen name *
Email address *
Remember me?
Comment *
 

COMMENTS

light grey arrow
Rusty...A shearing shed on a small place, might be used a week to five each year. 50 years down
light grey arrow
No varieties of barley left in WA suitable for Craft Beer production and little research. Craft
light grey arrow
We farm at Beacon we had no rain last time .Since the 1st of Jan.we have recorded 45 mm ,6mm