JW Marriott Starr Pass Employees Honored by NRTA
One tradition of NRTA Expanding Knowledge Conferences that many don't know about, is the selection of one or more employees at the host resort to be recognized for their superior service during the conference. Recipients receive a symbolic Gold Key award and a cash bonus award for their efforts. This year we're proud to recognize Mercedes Vasquez (shown below with Paul Kinney and Lisa Krizek) and Andrew Lopez (not shown).
NRTA Honored with Commemorative Drawing
EK Carr, an employee at the JW Marriott Starr Pass, created a commemorative drawing honoring the NRTA Expanding Knowledge Conference, which was recently held at the resort. What a wonderful gift!
Paul Kinney, EK Carr, Lisa Krizek
NRTA Conference Unveils Community Outreach Program
A group of NRTA volunteers kicked off their Expanding Knowledge conference experience in Tucson, AZ by working side-by-side with the kids and staff at a local Boys and Girls Club. It was a paint-spattered day full of laughs, conversation, learning, and community building as they helped restore and revitalize a teen meeting center.
This is the forerunner of a new conference activity that will strengthen the bonds with the communities that host our conferences, while also providing an interactive opportunity for people within the host communities to learn more about the the NRTA and the commercial real estate field.
RETAIL IS BIGGER THAN EVER
NRTA President Lisa Krizek encourages you as a member of this thriving retail industry, to fully commit yourselves to participate in the NRTA. There is no other comparable educational resource available to our real estate lease profession. read more...
Keeping the (Good) Faith
Living up to your covenant of good faith has consequences. NRTA legal expert Andrew Jacobson, Esq., shares a review of such a legal battle in which the court held that the implied covenant of good faith requires parties to a contract to act in good faith when they exercise discretion in performing contractual duties or the right to terminate. However, the court noted that the terminating party’s good faith obligation only applied up until a termination of the agreement. read more...