Home » News » Agencies & People » More agencies enter The Negotiator Awards previous nextAgencies & PeopleMore agencies enter The Negotiator Awards1st August 20160786 Views Another big celebration is underway as the last entries for The Negotiator Awards are received. With more agents entering for the first time, this year’s event could be ‘first time lucky’ for some, as the judges set to work to find the best companies in each of the 33 categories, which range from Rising Star of the Year (very well contested this year with some wonderful applications from young estate agents) to Large Estate Agency of the Year.There were also many entries for the Supplier categories, which recognise the constant innovation and service that comes to agents through training, technology, insurances and legal services to name but a few.As the judges begin their review, entrants will be booking places at The Negotiator Awards event on 1st November, which follows the ever growing Negotiator Conference and Expo on the same day.The shortlist will be announced on 5th September and the winners announced at a grand gala dinner at The London Hilton on Park Lane on 1st November – the Property Party of the Year!All the information you need to come along to the events is at www.thenegotiatorawards.co.ukWith the recent acquisition of The Property Software Group, by Zoopla Property Group, the Headline ‘Platinum’ Sponsor of The Negotiator Awards is now ZPG Ltd.Supporting ‘Gold’ sponsors to the event this year are:Let Alliance, the highly respected lettings referencing and insurances provider, andGoodlord, whose new rental platform speeds up the contract process, giving agents and tenants a “fair and transparent deal”.BMW, manufacturer of the iconic MINI and a major supplier of prestige vehicles to the residential property industry through BMW & MINI Business Partnership.All four sponsors recognise that The Negotiator Awards attracts entries from the best estate and lettings agents; auctioneers and associated businesses. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the awards, email: [email protected] now at www.thenegotiatorawards.co.uk. Make sure you don’t miss out on the night of the year – 1st November at The London Hilton on Park Lane. Book your ticket early – see our website for details.goodlord Let Alliance The Property Software Group BMW The Negotiator Award 2016 ZPG August 1, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Participants braved the freezing water on Saturday at the Polar Plunge. (Image: Dearborn County Register)The 2014 Indiana Special Olympics Polar Plunge took place at The Versailles State Park Lake. The preliminary totals of money raised is over $50,000. The highest total raised in the seven year history of our area Polar Plunge.Many awards were presented following The Polar Plunge.Best Costume: The Moores Hill Volunteer Fire Department.Team With The Largest Group: The Village Store-Oldenburg with 19 members who took the plunge. Led by Tim Paul.WRBI’s Caz Burdette was freezing for a reason during the Polar Plunge. (Image: Dearborn County Register)Most Money Raised By An Individual: Owen Menchofer raising over $2,000.Most Money Raised By A Team: Area Knights of Columbus raising nearly $5,400.Public Safety Challenge Award: Moores Hill Fire Department’s Hot Chicks raising over $730.Cool School Challenge Winner & Most Money Raised By A School: South Ripley raising over $2,500.A special award was presented to Bill McDonald of The Knights of Columbus for Statewide Sponsorship of all 12 Statewide Polar Plunges.The 7th annual event raised over $50,000. (Image: Dearborn County Register)WRBI’s Morning Show Co-Host, Caz Burdette, was also Freezin’ For A Reason and got into the cold water.Country 103.9 WRBI is a proud Media Sponsor for Special Olympics and The Polar Plunge.
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs traveled to Greenwood Saturday morning to face the Greenwood Lady Woodmen winning 5-0.It took the Lady Bulldogs the first 10 minutes to get accustomed to the speed of the turf, but after that learning curve, the game was all Batesville. Carlie Werner got the Lady Bulldogs on the scoreboard with 33:11 left in the first half. Marigrace Anderson played a perfectly paced through ball and Werner was able to physically hold off a defender and finished the goal past the Lady Woodmen keeper.Batesville would go up 2-0 just 6 minutes later. This time Anderson was on the scoring end with a nice assist from Georgia Gratz. Before the half was over, the Lady Bulldogs added one more to take a 3-0 lead into halftime. Ashlyn Czerniak was in the right place at the right time after Gratz hit a shot that bounced off the post and Czerniak was there to clean up the rebound for the score. The Batesville defense only allowed 3 shots in the half and did a nice job shutting down the Lady Woodmen attacks.In the second half, Batesville would play add on two more times. The 4th Bulldog score came from Gratz. Defender Baylee Rohlfing stepped up and won a 50/50 ball on the left wing and carried the ball forward and found Gratz open in the middle of the box for the score. Another defender, Jessica Westerfeld, got into the scoring column for the Lady Bulldogs with 10:37 left to play in the game. After a clearance from the Greenwood defense, Westerfeld hit a 1-time shot from 40 yards out that curved perfectly into the far post upper 90 for the 5th goal of the game.Olive Cerniglia recorded the shutout and the Lady Bulldogs defense now has 4 shutouts on the season. Ellie Cassidy and Liz Heidlage did a nice job shutting down the Greenwood attacks. Cassidy continues to be a dominant force in the center of the Batesville defense. Heidlage is always a consistent player who runs sideline to sideline controlling the midfield for the Lady Bulldogs.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kyle Laker.
LAUDERHILL, Florida – The Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical ONCE is coming to the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center from December 5 to 22, with shows at 2 PM and 7:30 PM on select days.Set in Dublin, the musical tells the story of an Irish musician ready to give up on his career is drawn to a Czech immigrant that helps encourage him to keep writing and performing. Through their shared love of music, an unexpected friendship and collaboration quickly evolves into a powerful, but complicated, love story.The musical will feature the magical songs from the critically acclaimed film, including the Oscar-winning “Falling Slowly”.ONCE won eight Tony Awards and the 2013 Grammy Award for “Best Musical Theater Album.”