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Sandy Hartmann Named Ms Seminole 2016
Dated: March 10 2016
The team at The Sandy Hartmann Group at Keller Williams Realty is proud to announce that Sandy Hartmann has been named Ms Seminole 2016!
Raised in Seminole since the age of 2, Sandy Hartmann has spent much of her adult life giving back to the community that raised her. She attended Madeira Elementary and Middle School, and graduated from Seminole High School. After graduating, Sandy, who has always been an avid swimmer, became a mermaid at the historic Weeki Watchee Springs in Spring Hill, FL. She eventually left her job at Weeki Watchee and joined the United States Air Force. She was relocated to Anchorage Alaska as an Air Traffic Controller, and spent 12 years living in the state before returning to Florida where she now resides.
Sandy has been a REALTOR for over 30 years and prides herself on her company's motto, "The Power Of Knowledge, The Gift Of Caring." She believes in providing unmatched customer service to all her clients and makes a point to constantly give back to her community through multiple charitable organizations. Sandy also donates her time to the Seminole Chamber of Commerce, serving as the 2015 Chairman of the Board. She was named 'Boss of the Year' by the Chamber in 2014.
For more information on Sandy Hartmann and the Ms Seminole 2016 nomination, CLICK HERE to go directly to the TBN Weekly online article.
Sandy, pictured here with her Husband and 2 sons
Andrea is the Managing Partner of The Sandy Hartmann Group. Andrea was born and raised in the Tampa Bay area and is a licensed Realtor with over 15 years of Marketing and Finance experience, holding ....
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