February 24, 2013
Brummer ranks fourth in state in productivity
Mary Jo Brummer of RE/MAX Realty Affiliates ranked as the No. 4 agent in Nevada for total productivity in 2012.
Brummer has worked in the real estate industry for more than 16 years and has extensive experience in residential real estate. She has achieved the Certified Residential Specialist and the Certified Distressed Property Expert designations.
Brummer can be reached on her cell phone at 775-721-5905 or at her office at 2310 S. Carson St., Suite 1.
Parker named branch manager at AAA
Scott Parker has joined the Carson City branch of AAA as the branch manager. He will oversee the 10 employees and office operations related to insurance, travel and memberships with the century-old-plus company.
Parker, who hails from Medford, Ore., has a long history of management in the insurance industry. This includes a 26-year stint with Farmers Insurance Group in different capacities. He last worked as a district sales manager after serving as a reserve district manager and agency owner as an independent agent.
“AAA has a strong reputation, and they’ve been around for a long time,” he said. “I think our products are very competitive in the marketplace. Between the strength of the membership and the strength of our product line, we align ourselves really well with the needs of the community.”
When the husband and father isn’t working, he enjoys skiing, waterskiing, golfing and camping.
AAA Carson City is located at 2901 S. Carson St. an can be reached at 775-888-6400.
Navy work for Chromalloy
Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp. of Carson City won a contract worth $72,421 to provide turbine blade compressor repair and maintenance services to the U.S. Navy’s Weapon Systems Support division in Mechanicsburg, Penn.
– Northern Nevada Business Weekly
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