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Century 21 Real Estate’s Adam Lerman Honored as 2009 Recruiter of the Year

May 4, 2009
For Immediate Release
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Matt Gentile
Century 21 Real Estate LLC
Phone: 973-407-6102
Cell: 973-647-9042
matt.gentile@century21.com

Century 21 Real Estate LLC, the franchisor of the world’s largest residential real estate sales organization, is proud to announce that CENTURY 21 national recruiting director, Adam Lerman, was recently honored by his peers as the 2009 Recruiter of the Year at the 19th Annual Recruiting Network Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The prestigious award was presented by The Recruiting Network following interviews of nominees from leading firms in the United States and Canada. The award recognizes Lerman’s work on the "Roadmap to Success" recruiting system that he was instrumental in developing for CENTURY 21.

"Adam’s tireless efforts in developing the recently released Roadmap to Success program have given our brokers and franchise owners an incredibly powerful recruiting system," said Tom Kunz, president and CEO, Century 21 Real Estate LLC. "This recognition by Adam’s peers demonstrates the respect that he has earned throughout the industry."

The Roadmap to Success leverages a number of marketing and recruiting pieces, and automates them into a systematic approach that is easy to use, measurable and effective. The program is a total recruiting system that combines all of the CENTURY 21 System’s recruiting tools into a single online tool.

The Recruiting Network Conference is hosted by real estate recruiting expert, Carol Johnson, President of The Recruiting Network and publisher of www.RecruitingPipeline.com.

Johnson said, "The Recruiter of the Year selection criteria is based on a 100-point evaluation and interview that includes: recruiting systems, innovation, forward thinking, creative ideas, and untapped and unused resources. Adam’s energy, enthusiasm and creativity are impressive, but what I most admire about Adam is his ability embrace new ideas and resources. He’s not satisfied with what’s easy, he is looking for what works."