Century 21 Roy B. Hull Receives Prestigious Gold Medallion Award
May 10, 2007
Pike County Dispatch
DINGMANS FERRY- Recognizing the extraordinary sales effort of Century 21 Roy B. Hull in 2006, CENTURY 21 Real Estate LLC, recently awarded the Dingmans Ferry office with the CENTURY 21 Gold Medallion Award for production. The national award recognizes CENTURY 21 System offices that achieve or surpass a certain amount in sales production or closed transactions sides within a calendar year.
In honor of this accomplishment, the CENTURY 21 System presented Century 21 Roy B Hull in Dingmans Ferry with a customized trophy during a regional awards ceremony held at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel in Scranton.
"Century 21 Roy B Hull has displayed a tremendous commitment to providing an exemplary level of service to their clients and on behalf of the entire CENTURY 21 System; I congratulate them on their success," said Thomas Kunz, President and CEO, Century 21 Real Estate LLC.
Previously awarded the Gold Medallion, Century 21 Roy B Hull is in its second straight year of again winning this award.
"Receiving the GOLD MEDALLION Award is a great honor for our office and while we celebrate success of 2006, Century 21 Roy B Hull remains focused o nservicing the real estate needs of the Pike County Community", said Roy Hull, Broker/Owner of Century 21 Roy B. Hull.
Century 21 Roy B Hull is a full-service brokerage with locations in Milford and Dingmans Ferry and specializing in residential as well as commercial properties.
Century 21 real estate LLC is the franchisor of the world's largest residential real estate sales organization, providing comprehensive training, management, administrative and marketing support for the CENTURY 21 System. The system is comprised of more than 7,680 independently owned and operated franchised real estate offices in 42 countries and territories worldwide. Century 21 Real Estate LLC is a subsidiary of Cendant Corp.(NYSE:CD).
Century 21 Roy B. Hull Supports Community
October 6, 2005
Ten members of the Century 21 Roy B. Hull sales team recently took part in an afternoon of spinning (indoor cycling) to support Survivor's Resources. The use of a facility, donated by Maryann Ruby of Bodies in Balance, and a donation to the cause earned the participants a spot in the class, led by certified spin instructor and Century 21 Roy B. Hull co-owner and associate broker Ed Raarup, who donated his own time to the event. [more...]
Smart Ride A Success
Feb 2, 2006
Pike County Dispatch
The Smart Ride is a two day bicycle ride from Miami to Key West, Florida. It was 165 miles from start to finish. The ride benefits people living with HIV-AIDS. 100% of all the money raised went to five different charities throughout Florida. The original date for the ride was November 4th and 5th 2005, but due to hurricane Wilma it was postponed until January 6th and 7th 2006.
Our team consisted of four riders-Roy Hull, Sandy Soesman, Daniel Hull and Sarah Bieber. The delay caused us to extend our training into the winter months and yes that was Roy and Sandy riding on Rt. 209 in the 28 degrees and snowy weather!
Day one in Miami, it was 50 degrees, cold and raining. We were up at 4:30 and heading for breakfast which was being served under a tent. After eating and getting our bikes ready, we had a dedication ceremony to start the ride off. There were over 500 riders and crew registered for the two day event. A police escort led us through the streets of Miami for the first two miles. From that point on, the riders proceeded at their own pace and capabilities. There was a 50 mile an hour headwind throughout the whole day making bridges and causeways very difficult. Every 15 to 20 miles there was a pit stop to refuel and refresh oneself. We reached our destination for the night which was in Marathon Key and that was at 110 miles!!! Not that we were racing, but we placed 27, 28, 29 and 30th.
Day two started out even colder than day one, but the sun was bright and the day was clear. There was minimal wind! After fueling up with a good breakfast, we headed out to Key West which was 55 miles away and our final destination of the ride. 10 miles out we encountered our first major obstacle. Roy’s tire hit a piece of metal and shredded the whole tire and tube. It took us a good 20-25 minutes to fix it. We were getting anxious watching as many riders were passing us as they continued on with their journey. Back on the road again, we picked up our pace and ended up ahead of every one that had passed us.
Arriving in Key West before noon, we were pleasantly surprised to see that we placed 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th.
We had lunch and rested up until all the riders arrived. At 2:00 with a police escort we rode down Duvall Street (the main street of Key West) to the AIDS Memorial. There-we had a very moving and touching ceremony that had everyone in tears. It also was revealed that the ride had raised over $357,000 for the event. We met many people who were so kind to us and so thankful that we had participated in this event. We heard many stories from riders and crew regarding their brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, grandparents and lovers. It truly was one of the most moving experiences that we had been a part of. We could not have done this without the support from all of our friends, family and co-workers. So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!