MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank) and Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack) are working together to present a complimentary webinar on safety for local Realtors. In the hour-long virtual event, former Tilton Police Chief and security expert Bobby Cormier will provide real world best practices to help Realtors remain safe on the job. The webinar will take place on September 23 at 10:00 am.
“When business hours are flexible and meeting clients in new and unfamiliar settings is the norm, it’s important to make personal safety a priority,” said Cormier. “With the added stresses of low inventory, bidding wars and financial pressures due to the pandemic, we hope this webinar will give local Realtors some simple tips, techniques and routines they can use to stay safe during everyday business.”
“Our relationships with local Realtors is critical in helping to ensure smooth home buying transactions for our local customers,” said Charlie Dowd, Vice President, Residential Mortgage Sales for MVSB. “As such, it’s important that we’re in tune with the needs and challenges they face day-to-day and we’re pleased to be able to offer this timely webinar to encourage safety and awareness.”
Interested Realtors can register for the event online at www.surveymonkey.com/r/RealtorSafety2021.
Bobby Cormier recently retired from his role as Tilton Police Chief after 14 years serving in the role and a nearly four decades in law enforcement. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement from Boston State College, a Master’s in Public Administration from Southern New Hampshire University and is a graduate of the 245th class of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy. In addition to his career achievements, Cormier is takes pride in community involvement, bringing a Christmas parade and Downtown Halloween Celebrations to the Tilton community and serving and volunteering with many non-profit organizations, including Tilton-Northfield Rotary, Spaulding Academy & Family Services, Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish, and he is a Board Member for Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR).