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CBRE Names Sales Manager for KC, Omaha Offices

Joy Crimmins has joined CBRE as sales manager for its Kansas City and Omaha offices. In her new role, Crimmins will oversee a variety of critical business functions for the region including business development initiatives, collaboration with brokers to leverage the CBRE platform, recruiting and strategic team formation. 

Crimmins has several years of experience in the region’s commercial real estate industry. Before joining CBRE, she served as executive director at the Urban Land Institute, where she was responsible for the overall strategy and direction of the local district council.   

“Joy’s experience and long-held relationships with key industry players across a range of disciplines make her a strong addition to CBRE’s Omaha office,” said CBRE’s Bennett Ginsberg, managing director, Omaha. “She’ll be an integral part of supporting CBRE’s immense platform and bringing continued success to our brokers and, specifically, our many clients.” 

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