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EXIT Realty Agents Bound for International Real Estate Convention

 

Realty, a brokerage in Forest Hills, Queens, assembled a group of twenty dedicated real estate
professionals to represent New York real estate professionals at an international convention
in Nashville, Tennessee on October 25, 2011. 1,500 agents from across North America are
expected to attend speaker sessions headlined by legends like Walter Sanford, Richard Flint,
Martin Dube and the inspiration for the Academy Award-nominated film 127 Hours, Aron
Ralston. Ralston is also known for his remarkable will to survive, which was documented in the
NYTimes best-selling book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place.
“Each year the EXIT Realty International Convention Gala is held, our agents create an
impressive presence. Our participation in breakout sessions and other events during the event
make a clear commitment to learning the best practices in real estate services and bringing them
home to our local community” said Vincent Koo, Broker/Owner of EXIT Kingdom and EXIT
Landmark.
About The 2011 EXIT Realty International Convention Gala
The 13th Annual EXIT Convention Gala will take place at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville,
Tennessee October 25 – 29, 2011. The event features Break Out Sessions, Round Table
Discussions, an Exhibition Hall and concludes with the formal President’s Ball Gala.
About EXIT Realty Landmark
EXIT Realty Landmark is an independently owned and operated full-service real estate
brokerage. The company engages in all aspects of real estate business. As part of a North
American network of 1,300 Exit offices, EXIT Realty Landmark provides the best in service and
support to its customers. EXIT Realty Landmark attracts the most talented agents with its cutting
edge business model, technology and training.
For more information about EXIT Realty Landmark, please call +1 (212) 616-9888. We are
located at 22 E 21 St, 5F, New York, NY 10010 and on the web at www.exitrealtylandmark.com.

Nashville, Tennessee Sets the Stage for All-Star Lineup of Speakers and Training

EXIT Realty Landmark, a full-service Manhattan real estate brokerage, and EXIT Kingdom Realty, a full-service brokerage in Forest Hills, Queens, assembled a group of twenty dedicated real estate professionals to represent New York real estate professionals at an international convention in Nashville, Tennessee on October 25, 2011. 1,500 agents from across North America are expected to attend speaker sessions headlined by legends like Walter Sanford, Richard Flint, Martin Dube and the inspiration for the Academy Award-nominated film 127 Hours, Aron Ralston. Ralston is also known for his remarkable will to survive, which was documented in the NY Times best-selling book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place.

“Each year the EXIT Realty International Convention Gala is held, our agents create an impressive presence. Our participation in breakout sessions and other events during the eventmake a clear commitment to learning the best practices in real estate services and bringing them home to our local community” said Vincent Koo, Broker/Owner of EXIT Kingdom and EXIT Landmark.

About The 2011 EXIT Realty International Convention Gala:

The 13th Annual EXIT Convention Gala will take place at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville,Tennessee October 25 – 29, 2011. The event features Break Out Sessions, Round Table Discussions, an Exhibition Hall and concludes with the formal President’s Ball Gala.

About the Featured Speakers:

Walter Sanford, Real Estate Specialist

Beginning in the late ‘70s, Walter Sanford re-wrote the record book in the real estate industry, particularly in number of transactions generated and dollar volume sold. Some industry decision-makers believe he was one of the top agents in North America during the ‘80s and early ‘90s achieving his best year in 1992 with $72 million in sales. Now he is one of the most requested trainers in real estate. Franchises request and mentor his systems to their agents. Delegation, net-profit strategies, working hard and still having a life are a few of the easy-to-implement, low-cost strategies that Walter has developed.  

 

Richard Flint, Nationally Recognized Speaker & Author

Since 1980, Richard Flint, CSP has been sharing his insights and philosophies with audiences all over North America. He is known as the person who knows you even though he has never met you. Hailed as one of America’s top personal development speakers, he has written 11 books, recorded over 50 CDs, and filmed 27 videos. He is a lifestyle coach to those seeking to stop repeating and start achieving, and a frequent guest on radio and television talk shows.

 

Stefan Swanepoel, New York Times Best-selling Author

Stefan Swanepoel’s life has been a “Serengeti journey”—from his birth in Kenya to schooling in Hong Kong and South Africa eventually running a New York-based global franchise network with 25,000 sales associates in 30 countries. In the New York Times bestseller Surviving Your Serengeti: 7 Skills to Master Business & Life he vividly portrays how this larger-than-life metaphor can provide guidance and inspiration for individuals and companies in today’s fast, busy and complex world. Stefan has authored 19 books and reports on business trends, real estate and social media.

 

Martin Dubé, Musical Impressionist

Born and raised in Montréal, Québec, Martin Dubé began performing at the young age of 15 immediately impressing audiences and critics alike with his personality and vocal skills. His prodigious talents soon brought him under the tutelage of the renowned Philippe Parent, a great mentor with whom he has been studying for over 12 years. Martin’s talents came to the attention of Larry King, who invited him to perform at his high-profile Cardiac Foundation event and raved, “This guy is a must-see! He’s a star!” He was the first Canadian to headline the legendary Moulin Rouge in Paris for thirty-four consecutive shows.

 

Aron Ralston, Inspiration for Oscar® Nominated Film “127 Hours”

After being pinned by a half-ton boulder for nearly a week in a remote three-foot-wide slot canyon in southern Utah, Ralston narrowly escaped death by severing his right forearm with a dull pocketknife. After applying a tourniquet, he hiked and rappelled for five hours through Blue John Canyon before searchers in a helicopter miraculously rescued him. Ralston documented the life-altering experience and his remarkable will to survive in his New York Times best-selling book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place. His story has been adapted into a movie by Oscar®-winning director Danny Boyle. Ralston graduated as Carnegie Mellon University’s top student in mechanical engineering in 1997, with Phi Beta Kappa honors for a second degree in French. He left his job as a mechanical engineer with Intel in 2002 to follow his passion for outdoor adventures in Colorado. Aided by radical prosthetic devices that he helped design, Ralston has expanded his adventures to the world’s great peaks, deserts, and rivers. He is the only person to have solo-climbed all 59 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot-high mountains in winter; the only person with a disability to have skied from the summit of Denali, North America’s tallest mountain; and in April 2009, he became the first amputee to row a raft through the Grand Canyon.

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