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YPN – Smashes the Negative Stigma

You say “YPN” (Young Professional Network) and somehow, the general thought is drinking and partying.

I am sitting in the standing-room-only YPN Advisory Board meeting where they have shared the makings of the new strategic plan for YPN, the RPAC 10-for-10 pledge report for 2014 which has raised over $200,000 in 2014 in its’ first year with this pledge program and a new Realtors HOME program to raise funds for local charities.

Seems to me that YPN is breaking records and the only real struggle we have is getting the message out that YPN is not only tomorrow’s leadership but they are leading TODAY!

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How important is YPN? The room is JAM PACKED. NAR President came in and spoke confirming our leadership talent. Stefan Swanepoel came in to speak about a new website going live later this week : www.DangerReport.com.

Don’t sleep on this group of young professionals! Waive bye-bye to the negative stigma!

Quincy Clayton

Quincy has been a REALTOR® since 2001 and has a long history of serving military buyers and sellers. He is the pioneer of his local association YPN and has affectionately become known as "Mr. YPN.” As an extension of his local YPN, Quincy has also led the YPN and association to successfully launch Connecticut's very first REBARCAMP! He currently serves his local association as President. He not only serves his local association but shares his time and talents with the state and national associations, currently as a Connecticut board member and vice chair of the Communications Committee as well as vice-chair of the NAR Local Leadership Idea Exchange Council Medium Board Forum. When not volunteering his time to this great industry or selling homes, Quincy enjoys creating video tours for other REALTORS®, public speaking, teaching the Principles and Practices of Real Estate course, and playing the piano, bass guitar and drums. Quincy is thrilled to be part of the REALTORS® Rock Band as the keyboardist!! Finally, although singing is not his forte, he loves being behind a karaoke microphone which has become an NAR Conference tradition.

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