Orlando, Fla. – Crossman & Company was awarded ONYX Magazine’s Publisher’s Award for their work in promoting real estate education in all historically black colleges and universities.
John Crossman accepted the award on behalf of Crossman & Company at the 11th annual ONYX Awards on Saturday, March 28. The Publisher’s Award is presented to an individual or company that had provided dedicated service, consistent advocacy and outstanding leadership to the higher education community on a regional or state level.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized with this esteem honor. Real estate is important in all communities,” Crossman said.
“The ONYX Awards serves as the premiere event in Florida to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans and those of African Diaspora,” said ONYX Magazine Publisher Rich Black. “We are delighted to pay tribute to a stellar group of individuals and companies that are making a difference throughout the state in the areas of business, sports, education and community service.”
The ONYX Awards serves as a fundraiser for the Tri-County Sickle Cell Association, The Young Fathers of Central Florida and the literacy program for the Orange County Jr. Wildcats and Polk County Rattlers. The awards also paid tribute to Florida’s four historically black colleges and universities – Bethune-Cookman University, Edward Waters College, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida Memorial University.
About Crossman & Company
Crossman & Company is the premier real estate firm focused on serving retail landlords exclusively throughout the Southeast – with offices in Atlanta, Boca Raton and Orlando – representing more than 200 shopping centers in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina. The company was founded in 1990 with the goal of providing exemplary service to our clients around four core values: Maintain enthusiastically satisfied clients; Demonstrate servant leadership; Practice kindness, openness and humility; and Develop new talent. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.crossmanco.com.