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Linda Peterson  Training Director

(800) 433-4003

Linda has been an amazing model of success in this real estate industry garnering countless international and national awards and achievements. She has been named #8 nationwide for homes sold out of more than 110,000 CENTURY 21 real estate professionals. In her new position at Bowman, she brings fresh ideas and lots of energy.

"I see myself not only as a trainer but assisting new agents in developing skills and habits to achieve success in this industry," Linda said. "As a business development director, I want to also help experienced agents reach the next level. My plan is to bring new and innovative training sessions to our agents. I want to equip them with these tools to help them grow to their highest potential." We share Linda's excitement and enthusiasm in taking on this new role on our team to enhance, create and implement exciting training programs for our agents. What a great way to kickoff 2014!

About Linda

A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Linda graduated from the University of Wisconsin and pursued advertising and television commercial production for national accounts including the United Way. She later opened with two associates an advertising firm and modeling agency. The agency coached numerous television, movie radio personalities including Miss America and did casting for the movie, Major League. In the 80s, she relocated to Texas and found real estate to be a good fit for her next career. With a strong track record of success in marketing and advertising, Linda used these skills to build her real estate career. Linda has two grown sons, Matthew and Richie. Matthew works for American Airlines and Richie recently moved back to Texas to practice law. She is devoted to her yellow lab Jake and black cat George. In her free time, she enjoys watching movies and attending sporting events, symphony and musicals. She also enjoys traveling to unique and exotic countries.

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