The Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® Hosts Legends Luncheon


ACBR Veteran Members and Industry Legends Honored at Luncheon

ATLANTA, GA – June 5, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Bruce Wilson, Charlie Brown, Jack Rooker, Larry Kelly, Sam Massell and Steve Selig were honored by the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® during an intimate luncheon for their video contributions to the ACBR 2015 Million Dollar Club awards.

The luncheon was held on Wednesday, May 27th, at Cherokee Town and Country Club and included fine cuisine, legendary stories and talks about life as a commercial real estate practitioner in the Atlanta market and their road to success. The Atlanta commercial real estate industry is a unique community with competitors who are also such close friends. To view these special videos, click the links below or visit:

Bruce Wilson Charlie Brown Jack Rooker Larry Kelly Sam Massell Steve Selig


The Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® (ACBR) is the voice of commercial real estate in Metro Atlanta and has been an instrumental factor in the growth of real estate in the state of Georgia for more than a century. As the only Commercial REALTOR® Association in Georgia, ACBR serves as a central source of information for its members by focusing on real estate education, the promotion of professionalism in the industry and representing members with legislative initiatives to create positive change for the real estate community. Membership in ACBR is the hallmark of quality, professionalism and production.

Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS®
Jen Booth, Public Relations Coordinator
Office: 404.732.0645

Kristin Lamb, Executive Vice President
Office: 404.732.0605


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