Connecting people. Investing in education. Overcoming adversity. Giving back. Community management excellence. These corporate values shape our culture, define our purpose and empower our team members to make a meaningful impact on our industry. So it was quite an honor to be named 2016 Large Management Company of the Year by the Nevada Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI-NV). The award, which recognizes an outstanding management company with at least 15,001 households within the State of Nevada that exemplifies the ethics of CAI, fosters education, and provides exceptional support for its team members, was presented at the annual CAI Nevada Chapter Gala, held Saturday, June 17, 2017. This is the fourth time CCMC has been named Management Company of the Year by CAI-NV. “It was extremely rewarding to see the dedication of our Nevada team recognized in this way,” explains division president Tony Ledvina. “They are truly the best and the brightest in our business, and continue to be the leading voice of professionalism in our industry.”
“This year, we were particularly honored to see our communities, board members and team members decorated as well,” Tony continues. Congratulations to Mountain’s Edge Master Association (MEMA) for being named Southern Nevada Large Association of the Year Award. The dedication of MEMA Board President Mark Leon earned him the titles of Southern Nevada Board Member of the Year and Designated Community Association Leader (DCAL) of the Year. CCMC community manager for Red Rock Country Club, Sharon Bolinger, won Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) of the Year. “What a great night for the entire CCMC family,” says Tony. “These awards are the direct result of the commitment, hard work and caring hearts of our people and our clients.”
Community Associations Institute (CAI) is a national organization dedicated to fostering vibrant, competent, harmonious community associations. For more than 40 years, CAI has been the leader in providing education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations and the professionals who support them. The Nevada Chapter of CAI is one of the largest and most active of the 59 chapters in the nation.