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Jenny AROUND TOWN WITH

Ross Henderson

Jenny Pruitt, founder/CEO of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, has set the bar with her professional endeavors and philanthropic support in Atlanta and beyond. Here’s where she was recently making the rounds:

Southern Spin

New Orleans writer Julia Reed drew an overflow crowd at the Cathedral Antiques Show at St. Philip’s Cathedral for her lecture, sponsored by Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. The bestselling author and witty essayist regaled guests with her recollections of growing up in the deep South. The annual show benefited Literacy Action. Above: The lecture of guest speaker Julia Reed (2nd from left) was supported by agents Sandra Carey, Wes Vawter, Ally May, senior VP Nancy See Quarles and (not pictured) Nancy Rizor.

Top Agents

Ross Henderson

An elegant dinner was hosted by Jenny Pruitt and David Boehmig to salute the company’s highest producing agents. Above: Wes Vawter of the Vawter Group, Jenny Pruitt and her brother Sandy Sanford. Right: #1 Agent Betsy Akers with Jenny Pruitt. Below: Kevin McBride, Atlanta Fine Homes Developer Services; Lisa Johnson, VP/managing broker of the Intown office; David Boehmig, founder/ president; and leading agent Clay Henderson of the Intown office.

The Boyd Team

With a three-generation real estate heritage, the Boyd Team has found a new brokerage home at Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. Kim Boyd is a Crystal Phoenix Award recipient of the Atlanta Board of Realtors Multi-Million Dollar Club and one of the board’s Top 5% Agents; Kathryn Boyd joined her mother in the profession two years ago. Kim’s own mother Holly Boyett was a real estate superstar who spent three decades in the business. Jenny Pruitt called the addition of the Boyd Team “a tremendous coup,” praising the dynamic duo as two of Atlanta’s most sought-after residential and luxury homes specialists. Above: Kathryn Boyd and Kim Boyd show their luxury listing, a French chateau estate, in a prime location.

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