Sentry Management has been recognized by the Florida Community Association Journal (FLCAJ) Readers’ Choice Awards as a Diamond Award recipient in the Management Company category. This marks the eighth consecutive year that Sentry has been recognized.
The FLCAJ Readers’ Choice Awards is a unique recognition program that shines a spotlight on the positive and productive contributions made by community association service providers across Florida. There are three levels of recognition: Diamond (top), Platinum, and Gold. Service providers are awarded based on the number of ballots received by local voters.
“All of us at Sentry are gratified that so many in the Florida HOA and condominium association industry thought so highly of Sentry to cast their vote for us. We believe the award is due to us living our service standard of showing kindness, professionalism and timely resolution in every interaction,” says Bradley Pomp, President of Sentry Management.
Sentry Management is a community management leader serving homeowner associations, HOAs, and condominiums. Headquartered in Central Florida, Sentry operates in 40 markets across the country, with 14 offices throughout Florida including the Orlando area, Clermont, Daytona Beach, Fort Myers, Kissimmee, Naples, Ocala, Tampa Bay, Clearwater, Jacksonville, Sarasota, and Tavares. View a full list of the services offered here.
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