The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Central Ohio held its annual BIG Night, the industry’s gala to recognize Awards of Distinction Recipients, Hall of Fame inductees, and Sales and Marketing award winners on Friday, April 8, 2022. More than 450 people attended the event held at the Columbus Convention Center.
As a member of the BIA, three Treplus Communities' employees were recognized during the awards ceremony. Tracy Traugh, Senior Community Director for Treplus Communities was awarded the Sales Manager of the Year Award. Recipients of this award are selected for having shown considerable judgment, initiative and motivation in order to manage the sales performance and activities of new communities with responsibilities that include recruiting, hiring, training and supervising on-site sales or leasing agents.
Paige Fletcher, Community Director for Hawthorne Commons in Dublin was a finalist for the Sales Professional of the Year and Julie Stein, VP of Marketing was a finalist for Marketing Director of the Year. Treplus Communities was a finalist for video of the year.
Congratulations Tracy on a wonderful award!
Pictured: TRACY TRAUGH, SENIOR COMMUNITY DIRECTOR
ABOUT TRACY TRAUGH, BIA SALES MANAGER OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER
Tracy Traugh joined Treplus Communities in 2019 as the Community Director at Redbud Commons, a 55+ active adult community in Pickerington, Ohio. Tracy was promoted to Senior Community Director and oversees onboarding and training of management and leasing team members in every community across several counties of Ohio. In 2021, she assumed the role of Community Director for Dogwood Commons, a developing active adult community in Centerville, Ohio.
Tracy is a consummate professional with high energy who is dedicated to creating a luxurious resident experience. Active adult living focuses on community and the lifestyle is active and fun. Tracy has been an integral part of planning and hosting numerous welcome receptions and gatherings to allow development of the Dogwood Commons' community before construction is complete. Her efforts have allowed nearly 30 families to meet as strangers, become neighbors, and ultimately form lifelong friendships.