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North Pinellas Business Briefs for Dec. 15

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The Thorn Collection of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate was recently named to the NRT Top 100 Teams for third quarter 2013.

"We are very proud to be in such a select group," said 26-year veteran real estate agent Martha Thorn, who leads Thorn's 10-member real estate team specializing in waterfront homes and luxury properties throughout Pinellas County.

Thorn said the group's "innovative Internet ideas" helped it sell properties throughout the Tampa Bay area.

"I'm delighted to welcome you to the ranks of a rather exclusive club — the NRT Top 100 Teams for the third quarter of 2013," Bruce G. Zipf, president and CEO of NRT LLC, the largest residential real estate brokerage company in the country, told the Thorn Collection. "This distinguished achievement places you in the Top 10 percent of NRT's Team membership."

The Thorn Collection is located at 598 Indian Rocks Road N, Belleair Bluffs. Visit MarthaThorn.com.

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North Pinellas Business Briefs for Dec. 15 12/12/13 [Last modified: Thursday, December 12, 2013 7:22pm]
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