Nominate a property manager (or yourself!) who goes above and beyond to take care of their community for the chance to win a Peloton bike prize package! Five runner-ups will receive a 1-year Calm subscription.
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Congratulations to our 2023 winners!
Peloton Bike: Kathy Markham, West Indian Hills Townhomes
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Print out these posters and place it in your office or in a window!
Use these web banners on your site to spread the word.
Update your email signature to include a celebration with every message.
Sharing the celebration with your team or residents? Create a quick, easy email.
Social is where everyone is, tell the world what a great team you have.
Listen to an uplifting playlist to help you get through the day feeling like your best self.
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A recent mental and emotional health survey by NAA sought to identify how mental and emotional health are impacting work and personal lives, levels of stress, and the support employers are offering.
Check out the survey
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