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Prestigious CEO Cup awarded to local principal

By Jessie Stewart

Ashley Weston, director of Ray White Frankston, has taken out top honours at the Ray White Group’s annual Victoria and Tasmania awards, winning the prestigious CEO Cup.

The CEO Cup is a prize awarded to individuals who have made a significant contribution to Ray White. It recognises people who are an intrinsic part of the group and who have contributed to the overall success and growth of the company.

Ray White Group director, Dan White, said the award was well deserved.

“Ashley’s influence on our company is spread nationally. He regularly address the group and shares his knowledge and experiences with offices who look to replicate his business model and philosophy.

“Ashley has created a high-performance culture of discipline and structure in his business,” Mr White said.

Mr. Weston joined Ray White five years ago and within that time has built a business successful business taking service standards to an unprecedented level of excellence.

“It is a huge honour to receive such high recognition, and it’s a testament to the hard work of our 22 team members who come to work every day with dedication, determination and the right attitude,” he said.

Mr White went on to add that the CEO Cup not only honours the achievements and significant contribution to Ray White, it also recognises ambition.

“Ashley will undoubtedly continue to achieve well into the future,” he concluded.

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