St. Augustine, Florida
1761 Dobbs Road, #106
Saint Augustine, FL 32084

Employee of the month recognition by SERVPRO's St. Augustine location. August 16, 2016

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Employee of the month recognition by SERVPRO's St. Augustine location., St. Augustine, Florida

Join us in congratulating Patty on her associate of the month award. 

Patty heads our marketing division but in reality she does much more. Just in July Patty helped office, by learning how to produce Xactimate estimates, implemented new ways of marketing and found a new customer base, registered St. Augustine SERVPRO location for too many vendor lists to mention, and finally went out on a few estimates with our production staff. 

That's an outstanding achievement!!! Here at SERVPRO of Greater St. Augustine/St. Augustine Beach we take time to recognize outstanding performance. 

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