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SO FRIDAY, APRIL 29- MONDAY, MAY 2, 2011 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape Gazette Debbie Reed-Team recognized as tops in Delaware RE/MAX group is ranked at No. 1 again The 2010 RE/MAX Regional Awards for the Delaware and Pennsylvania region have been announced, and once again the Debbie Reed Team is the top team in Delaware. This ranking is based on com- missions paid in 2010. Sara Levine, regional vice president of RE/MAX and her staff com- mended the Debbie Reed Team for its crucial role in helping the industry emerge from the recent economic downswing. According to Levine, success has been the result of extra toil, tears and sweat. Those who have prospered have worked long and hard and practiced the funda- mentals including taking advan- tage of the RE/MAX brand. Members of the team include Cyndi Marsh, realtor and team manager;, Ashlee Reed HideU, re- altor and marketing manager; Amy Warick, realtor and sales manager; buyer's agents Dianne Deming, Marilynn Kuebler and Sandra Jefferson; Beth Shinn, re- altor and listing specialist; and Karen Thomas, office manager. Debbie Reed, a Certified Luxu- BRACKET POOL WINNERS BEAT COMPETe, RECEIVE PRIZES ry Home Marketing Specialist, and her team list and sell real es- tate along the entire Delaware seashore and beyond. They credit their success to their dedication to their cus- tomers, modernization and ex- pansion of their marketing, and taking advantage of educational opportunities to keep them- selves up-to-date with all of the latest industry-related topics and trends. The team also greatly depends upon and appreciates co-broke opportunities and referrals from past customers. The Debbie Reed Team, 319 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, operates seven days a week. Call 302-227-3818 or 800-263- 5648 or send an email to info@debbiereed.com for addi- tional information. ' ou don't have to negotiate to drive a bargain  DAVID IMIJIX:tLIFF  Nlg the'NCAA''  Bracket Busters aLthe Bea teS-;  -sby lhe i.i! Cape'S. G  use, PhiRy    m than 9o. c0 at the: ?, lmE, en{atien:heldat Atlan  Awi115are (Fr)  RausCh," c,  ,y ao ow,;   D:,:  Wl'tsontheMene,epirAeantUm,'o; Z "  i Financial advisor earns special designation Merrill Lynch has announced that financial advisor Ryan Williamson recently earned the Certified Special Needs Advisor des- ignation administered by the Special Needs Financial Services divi- sion of the Merrill Lynch Wealth Management group. The designa- tion is awarded to individuals who are trained in providing special needs advice for families of children with disabilities. This offering has an emphasis on the goal of preserving clients' short-term wealth while developing a long-term strategy for the fmancial security and care of family members who have special needs. The topics a CSNA is trained to fully understand include special needs planning, special needs trusts and trustees, personal and legal concerns facing families of children with disabilities, and building partnerships with special needs attorneys and disability advocates that foster an integrated financial strategy. Williamson resides in Lewes and has been a part of Merrill Lynch's Rehoboth Beach office since June 2008. He is a graduate of Presbyter- ian College in Clinton, S.C. He is also involved in the Dewey Beach Lions Club. 50 FRIDA APRIL 29 MONDA MAY 2 r 201 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape razette Debbie Reed-Team recognized as tops in Delaware RE/MAX group is ranked at No. 1 again The 2010 RE/MAX Regionai Awards for the Delaware and Pennsylvania region have been announced, and once again the Debbie Reed Team is the top team in Delaware. This ranking is based on com- missions paid in 2010. Sara Levine, regional vice president of RE/MAX and her staff com- mended the Debbie Reed Team for its crucial role in helping the industry emerge from the recent economic downswing. According to Levine, success has been the result of extra toil, tears and sweat. Those who have prospered have worked long and hard and practiced the funda- mentals including tal6ng advan- tage of the RE/MAX brand. Members of the team include Cyndi Marsh, realtor and team manager;, Ashlee Reed HideU, re- ahor and marketing manager; Amy Warick, realtor and sales manager; buyer's agents Dianne Deming, Marilyrm Kuebler and Sandra lefferson; Beth Shinn, re- altor and listing specialist; and Karen Thomas, office manager. Debbie Reed, a Certified Luxu- BRACKET POOL WINNERS BEAT COMPETITORS, RECEIVE PRIZES ry Home Marketing Specialist, and her team list and sell real es- tate along the entire Delaware seashore and beyond. They credit their success to their dedication to their cus- tomers, modernatinn and ex- pansion of their marketing, and taking advantage of educational opportunities to keep them- selves up-to-date with all of the latest industry-related topics and trends. The team also greatly depends upon and appreciates co-broke opportunities and referrals from past customers. The Debbin Reed Team, 319 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, operates seven days a week. Call 302-227-38].8 or 800-263- 5648 or send an email to info@debbiereed.com for addi- tional information. You don't have to negotiate. to drtve a bargatn D euuFr of  .scx,, NC. e.e,e'rur, i*' i,(k.e J beer ref.ator, 8i# itare .,eg fromlxJol slur,- : o Radlf eutsl mere than 90t1 coestaets..how, at the rrenfn held at Atlantic  Apr lS-are @r)  Rausch,  Paul Sam Ply Pret,Factoy ene,l, aed Jay Diaz "What's on t MenulVlarket rse Nanti Ucp Financial advisor earns special designation Merrill Lynch has announced that financial advisor Ryan Williamson recently earned the Certified Special Needs Advisor des- ignation administered by the Special Needs Financial Services divi sion of the Merrill Lynch Wealth Management group. The designa- tion is awarded to individuals who are trained in providing special needs advice for families of children with disabilities. This offering has an emphasis on the goal of preserving clients' short-term wealth while developing a long-term strategy for the financial security and care of family members who have special needs. The topics a CSNA is trained to fully understand include special needs planning, special needs trusts and trustees, personal and legal concerns facing families of children with disabilities, and building partnerships with special needs attorneys and disability advocates that foster an integrated fmaneial strategy. Williamson resides in Lewes and has been a part of Merrill Lynch's Rehoboth Beach office since Sune 2008. He is a graduate of Presbyter- ian College in Clinton, S.C. He is also involved in the Dewey Beach Lions Club.