RE/MAX LLC recognizes Bailey Dolian as Broker/Owner of the Year for RE/MAX West Region and Krissy Blackband with the Community Citizenship Award.
We’re thrilled to congratulate Bailey Dolian and Krissy Blackband for being recognized by RE/MAX LLC for their accomplishments!
Bailey received the award for Broker/Owner of the Year, a prestigious award that recognizes one outstanding Broker/Owner in each Region who demonstrates extraordinary commitment and loyalty to fellow RE/MAX Associates, employees, and clients.
“I am so honored to receive this prestigious award,” said Bailey. “As President and Employing Broker for RE/MAX of Cherry Creek, I’m fully committed to being an innovative and comprehensive resource for both my agents and our staff. I am extremely proud of this recognition and of the positive, forward-thinking support our team provides the consumer each and every day.”
Bailey has served as a pivotal role in the success of our brokerage since she’s been at the helm, from overseeing our office move to 100 Jackson Street, navigating our team through the pandemic, and achieving significant sales success, through both our team of brokers as well as our staff.
Krissy, RMCC’s Creative Director, received the Community Citizenship Award, which celebrates her commitment to the community and impacting the lives of others. Her role in creating the 2021 RMCC Gives initiative inspired our brokerage to donate $16,098 to local nonprofits. Krissy and her marketing team continues to create volunteering and fundraising opportunities, providing support to even more organizations in our community.
“I am so honored to have spearheaded these giving opportunities, and it really is thanks to our amazing brokers that we’ve been able to give back so much in both money and time to so many wonderful nonprofits!” said Krissy. “It was inspiring learning about the impact these incredible organizations have on communities in need, and I hope to do all I can to continue supporting them and making the same efforts on a personal level as well.”