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Sentry President Bradley Pomp Named CEO of the Year Winner by the Orlando Business Journal

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Bradley Pomp was named a winner in the Orlando Business Journal’s 2020 CEOs of the Year awards for the work he has done in the last three years as President of Sentry Management.

Sentry Management, Inc. is one of the oldest condominium and homeowner association management companies in the United States, founded in 1975 in Longwood, Florida. Bradley Pomp became President of the company in 2017.  Since taking over from the founder, he has done much to modernize the company.

During his time as President, he has established Foundation Principles and Core Values for the company that reflect the level of service that is expected to be provided to clients.  The Principles are discussed in every employee meeting and referenced in all internal materials. They are prominently displayed in public areas of each office and throughout the Central Office. The Principles are simple to grasp and powerful. The Core Value for the company is: We embrace the honor to serve our communities. Foundation Principles read: In every interaction, kindness, professionalism and timely resolution.

Mr. Pomp also encourages employees to volunteer and give back to the communities that they serve. Sentry Management Central Florida employees and company have donated time and items to the following local charitable organizations including Ronald McDonald House,  The Sharing Center, Toys for Tots, Angel Tree, The Sunshine Foundation,  One Blood, G.R.O.W. of Central Florida among many others. In 2019, Sentry Management was a  National Jingle Bell Run Sponsor which benefitted the Arthritis Foundation and locally hosted the Lake Mary 5K. Sentry contributed approximately $75,000 to Orlando-area charities, including $31,079 for The Arthritis Foundation and over $30,000 for the Sunshine Foundation from an annual golf tournament that Sentry sponsors.

When asked why he puts such an emphasis on giving back to communities he says, “Because it’s the right thing to do. Helping others is a big part of who we are as individuals and who we want to be as a company.”

Sentry Management is a community management leader serving homeowner associations, HOAs, and condominiums. We are agents for all community types including condos, townhomes, mid-rise and high-rise buildings, single-family homes, and large master-planned communities. Sentry has achieved Accredited Management Organization status for our high operating and financial standards. We are also accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Each office has deep expertise, professional processes and uses advanced technology to serve communities in the states of Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Looking for new COA or HOA management in the Orlando area? Receive a free online quote here: https://www.sentrymgt.com/hire-sentry/. CommunityPro® is Sentry’s Community Resource Management software.


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