Toronto Community Newsâ€™ sales team celebrates another year of success
Toronto Community News (TCN) celebrated the achievements of its sales team at its annual sales rally on February 27.
(pictured above, Regional Director of Advertising Tim Corcoran and VP and Regional Publisher Betty Carr congratulate Advertising Sales Representative Kayland McCully for achieving
top sales in Scarborough)
TORONTO - Toronto Community News VP and Regional Publisher Betty Carr and Regional Director of Advertising Tim Corcoran recognized the sales department's 2011 achievements with an award ceremony commemorating their hard work on February 27th. The event took place at the Radisson Hotel Toronto East and acknowledged sales team members working within TCN’s eleven publications, best known in the community as The Mirror, The Guardian, The Villager, Toronto Kids and Toronto Business Times.
Sales representatives were also recognized for their contribution to WagJag.com, a thriving daily deal website offering Torontonians competitive discounts on restaurants, events and activities. In 2011 the site made up 40 per cent of the market share in the GTA and 20 per cent nationally.
During the rally, the following TCN sales representatives were awarded for their contribution to the successful year:
Kayland McCully – Top Scarborough Retail Rep
Angela Carruthers – Top North York Retail Rep
Scott Hartman – Top Etobicoke Retail Rep
Zoie Tassone – Top Real Estate Rep
Bruno Gervasio – Top Distribution Rep
Leema Williams – Top Real Estate Year over Year Rep
Donna Power – Top Retail Year over Year Rep
Donna Power – Top Weeklies Year Rep
Jeremy Walker – Top WagJag Rep
The President of Motivate America Inc., Kevin McCrudden, spoke at the event and offered congratulations for a stellar year and motivational words for the sales year ahead.
“Kevin’s message to the team was simple….Change comes from you and only you and what ever you want to do or accomplish starts with yourself,” said Stacey Allen, Director of Advertising.
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