Marcia Botts is RCAR's Realtor of Year

Posted 12/19/17

Each year River Counties Association of Realtors honors one of their own for efforts on behalf of the organization and the enhancement of the industry. On Dec. 8, 2017, Marcia Botts , broker of Award Realty, was named 2017 RCAR Realtor  of the year.

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Marcia Botts is RCAR's Realtor of Year

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Each year River Counties Association of Realtors honors one of their own for efforts on behalf of the organization and the enhancement of the industry. On Dec. 8, 2017, Marcia Botts , broker of Award Realty, was named 2017 RCAR Realtor  of the year.

The award was presented during the annual Christmas Gala.
 
Botts has been a member of the River Counties Association of Realtors since 1994 and has been managing broker/owner of Award Realty since 2008, taking the baton from her parents Floyd and Genelle Hardin at that time.

She has served on numerous committees for the local association and has been on the Board of Directors for both the River Counties Association of Realtors, and the River Counties Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service. Botts served as the 2017 president of the River Counties Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.
 
Botts is involved in many different community organizations as well as with the Association of Realtors.  She is a past member of the board of directors for the Bradley County Chamber of Commerce. She is currently serving on the board of directors for New Hope Pregnancy Care Center, an organization helping families deal with unexpected pregnancies.  She also volunteers her time every Monday morning to serving at New Hope Pregnancy Care Center.
In addition to giving her time, Botts is also a generous supporter of numerous community and charitable organizations.
Botts is an active member of First Baptist Church Cleveland. She currently serves in the first touch ministry.  Botts takes yearly mission trips to Nicaragua with First Baptist to serve the people by helping to host medical clinics, building homes, hosting vacation bible schools, and sharing food with those in need. She attends a bi-annual mission trip to Europe to serve and refresh missionaries that are serving full time on the mission field.
 
 A resident of Cleveland since 1994, and an attendee of Lee University,  she has been married to Dennis Botts for 20 years. Together, they have five children: Ben Sweeney, Olivia Gravelle, Matt Botts, Zach Botts, Kaitlin Botts, and are currently parenting their grandson, Caiden Botts. They also have nine grandchildren.
 
 

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