Achiever’s Club 2017 – Austin, Texas Trip

Over the weekend, our agents took some well-deserved time off as we headed down to Austin, Texas for the Danberry Achiever’s Trip! What is the Achiever’s Club you ask? Well… each year, we take the REALTORS who meet a predetermined criteria on a special vacation. We hand pick a spot that is sure to please and award all their hard work, dedication, and commitment to their customers and clients!

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Our adventure to Austin AKA, The Live Music Capital of the World did not disappoint! The first night of vacation was spent indulging in drinks & appetizers at Speakeasy lounge. This eclectic bar featured its very own vintage bowling alley, rustic style, and some of the best beer slingers in the southwest!

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Friday night, our agents headed to the rooftop of The Vaughn event center. CEO, Lynn Fruth took the mic to praise our Achiever’s, recognize our guests and thank our supporters for a fantastic year in sales. Attendees mixed and mingled, enjoyed authentic Texas barbecue fare, all while overlooking the stunning Austin skyline.


The Texas State Capital Building was only a few blocks from the group’s hotel, so many took a tour on Saturday and were also able to enjoy the Veterans Day Parade.

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Several other crowd favorites were dining at the Oasis Restaurant, which had breathtaking views overlooking Lake Travis. Cheering on the University of Texas Longhorns Football as well as our beloved Buckeyes at The Dogwood.


Thank you so much to our sponsors: HMS Home Warranty, Integrity Title, The Robinson Lending Team of Hallmark Home Mortgage and Waterford Bank. Congratulations to everyone who made it to Austin, another great trip in the books!

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Written: Nov 14, 2017

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Jordyn Windnagle

Jordyn Windnagle

Jordyn is a content specialist for Home Sweet Toledo and the Social Media Strategist for Danberry Realtors. She is also an Ohio licensed Real Estate Agent with Danberry.