A Sarasota homeowner took the time to stop by the Sentry offices and deliver a thoughtful gift along with a note to the local community association manager to show their appreciation for the office’s hard work.
The note from the homeowner that accompanied the flowers read: You are so great to work with, thank you.
Nicole Bennetsen, the Division Manager of the Sentry Sarasota office offers a comment on the event: “Kindness is doing anything to make a positive impact, which is the impression that we try our best to convey to our homeowners and association board members through our actions. Even a small act of kindness can absolutely make someone’s day.”
In the community management field, small acts of appreciation from residents like this one go a long way for the community association managers and office staff who work hard to keep Homeowner Associations running smoothly.
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