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March Madnezz 2020: New Home Star Celebrates Fourth Annual Contest this Spring

By Star Report 1 min read

Chicago, IL - New Home Star recently concluded its most exciting annual contest: March Madnezz. By separating all divisions of operation into 32 teams, NHS tasked its sales professionals with maximizing performance on their sales goals over a five-week period. Formatted as a bracket-style contest and drawing inspiration from the famous annual NCAA tournament, the team with the highest prorated sales-to-goal percentage for each matchup advances to the next round until one victor remains.

The contest has been a staple of New Home Star tradition since inception in 2016 and is designed to boost sales performance on all fronts before the official start of the infamous spring selling season. With such a significant contest, comes a significant reward– the victorious team receives a VIP trip experience! Out of the abundance of caution in promoting the safety of our team members, the firm announced that the winners of March Madnezz 2020 included the “Final Four” teams left competing.

“This contest has molded so many of our corporate-driven and management supported initiatives that we have done and continue to do for our national teams,” says President, Tom Chisholm. “The results are astounding each year, and the value the contest brings to both our builders and salespeople is unparalleled– when you are able to maximize sales performance and build upon the culture, the result is unmatched.”

With our national team giving it their all, the four teams that won the competition not only hit their entire monthly goal by March 21 but exceeded it by 31%! Click here to see a kick-off video from one of our sales teams during the start of the organization’s March Madnezz competition.

Originally published Apr 15, 2020 under Newsroom, updated May 14, 2021

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