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Wharton: “He had been accused of a lot of things that really had no substance to it and when addressing that on air I believe, he mentioned that as far as he could tell the only crime he was guilty of was not living in Anchorage or words to that effect and so I thought I’d throw that back out there because I thought that it was interesting.” At that time, Ruffner responded to opposition from the Kenai River Sportsfishing Association… Ruffner: “The first claim is that I won’t represent all Alaskans including Anchorage and Mat-Su. As far as I can tell, this appears to be based solely on the fact that I do not reside in Anchorage, which is a fact I can’t deny. I don’t live in Anchorage, I live on the Kenai Peninsula, between the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers.” Wharton was referencing Ruffner’s journey through the legislative confirmation process last April when he was not confirmed to the Board of Fish. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Chamber of Commerce awards took a slyly political turn last Wednesday as Chamber President Jeff Wharton announced Kenai’s Community Service Award for 2015 to a man who “we learned… isn’t from Anchorage,” Robert Ruffner… Ruffner’s confirmed failed 29-30.
Elm Street Technology (EST), who offers a portfolio of real estate technology and marketing services companies for agents, teams, and brokerages, recently announced the acquisition of Consolidated Knowledge, a technology platform provider to the residential real estate and multi-family industries. The acquisition is the next step in EST’s ongoing efforts to consolidate the real estate industry’s leading technology and marketing service providers.EST has made a number of strategic moves in recent months in order to create a portfolio of marketing and technology products and services that, when integrated, offer a single technology solution. This will provide lead generation to client retention services for agents, teams, brokers, and others. So far, the company has acquired Listingbook, a leading MLS data powered CRM platform and RLS2000, a premier provider of IDX websites and social media marketing services.“Our team is excited to join the portfolio of EST’s companies and I’m personally looking forward to joining such an experienced and well respected leadership team,” said Lucas Haldeman, Founder and CEO of Consolidated Knowledge. “The current vendor landscape in the real estate industry is way too fragmented, causing extra work and unnecessary time investments from real estate professionals. EST is devoted to developing or acquiring all products and services under one roof that today’s real state professional needs to grow their business.” Consolidated Knowledge Real Estate Technology 2017-05-31 Brianna Gilpin in Featured, Headlines, News, Servicing Elm Street Technology Acquires Consolidated Knowledge May 31, 2017 485 Views Share