Lora Riddle Serves as Presenter at Internation Relocation Conference
Nashville, Tenn. – Lora Riddle, president and director of Crye-Leike Relocation Services – Middle Tennessee Region, was a presenter at the 2001 Annual RELO? Conference held in Chicago, Illinois. The conference is an international meeting that attracts nearly 900 brokers and relocation professionals from domestic and international leading independent real estate firms.
Riddle presented information on RELO Direct, RELO’s business-to-business enterprise designed to streamline the delivery of relocation services to corporations, transferees and broker members. As an expert in this area, she provided valuable insights to help real estate and relocation professionals improve their level of service in managing corporate employee relocation accounts.
RELO? is the largest relocation referral network of leading independent real estate firms in the United States with $245 billion in collective sales volume in 2000. RELO member firms are widely recognized as the premier providers of quality relocation and affinity services.
As a member of the RELO? Network, Crye-Leike Relocation Services (http://relocation.crye-leike.com) can assist families and individuals and corporate groups relocating to virtually any community in the United States or abroad. Crye-Leike Relocation Services has four regional relocation offices in Chattanooga, Johnson City, Memphis and Nashville, with a combined professional staff of 35 relocation professionals who assisted over 5,000 executives and their families in 2000. Crye-Leike Relocation Services attained nearly $250 million in closed regional sales volume for 2000. In addition, the division achieved $35 million in national sales volume (out of market sales) in 2000 through its Best Choice ™ Corporate Services Program, a complete relocation program designed for transferees.