Chantilly, VA – November 28, 2017 – Associa Community Management Corporation (CMC) was recognized at the Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute (WMCCAI) annual awards banquet.
This year the WMCCAI hosted the banquet in honor of the chapter’s 40th anniversary and to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the industry volunteers. They recognized the efforts and accomplishments of those industry leaders who enriched the chapter through their volunteer service during the year. The “Rising Star” award is a special accolade for exemplary service by an individual who has played an instrumental role in the chapter.
Associa CMC took home two “Rising Star” awards, which recognized Leslie Cruz, community manager for Stratford Club, and Craig Magargel, community manager for Yale Steam Laundry.
“We are extremely proud of our employees and appreciate their continued participation in the chapter,” stated John Tsitos, Associa Community Management Corporation president. “Dedicated volunteers are the foundation of WMCCAI, and their unselfish commitment of time and talent are crucial to the chapter’s success.”
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