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Associa wins Florida Community Association Journal Readers’ Choice Awards

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On Wednesday, Jan. 8, Associa, the nation’s leading community association management firm and its Florida branches (Community Management Professionals, Associa Gulf Coast, Association Services of Florida, Community Management Concepts of Jacksonville) were named Diamond Level honorees for community association management in the recent Florida Community Association Journal Readers’ Choice Awards. In addition, Associa’s Community Management Professionals (CMP) branch in Orlando received a Gold Level Readers’ Choice Award for its maintenance division.

The awards were given out based on votes received by local clients, friends, supporters and readers of the Florida Community Association Journal and presented at the FLCAJ–FCAP Statewide Conference and Expo at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

“Our offices across the state of Florida are dedicated to professionalism and delivering outstanding community management services,” said Chris Harrison, Associa Senior Vice President. “We are honored to receive a Diamond Level award for management services across Florida and a Gold Level award for our maintenance division located in Orlando. The credit for the award goes out to our dedicated CEO’s and employees in the region. We want to thank everyone who voted for us including FLCAJ for sponsoring this award”

Associa representatives Joanne Willoughby, CEO of Association Services of Florida located in the greater Ft. Lauderdale area, and Suzan Kearns, CEO at CMP in Orlando, accepted the management award on behalf of all Associa Florida offices. Chris Martinez, Director of Field Services for AssociaOnCall, accepted the maintenance award on behalf of CMP.

All the other Florida executives including Nicholas Lambiase Jr. and staff at CMC-Jacksonville and Wendy Murray and staff at the Associa Gulf Coast offices located in Ft. Myers, Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota share in the award as well.

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