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Amy Zumberger One of WiBN’s 25 Women to Watch


We have featured Ask Amy Staging LLC as one of our clients on the move in recent months, and we are proud to amy zumbergerannounce this small business is getting even more local recognition. Women in Business Networking recently released its annual list of 25 Women to Watch which includes Ask Amy Staging’s very own Amy Zumberger! The following is Kathy Druffner’s nomination write up about Amy.

Amy Zumberger and Ask Amy Staging LLC is an Accrediated Staging Professional (ASP®) now serving the Miami Valley area. Amy Zumberger is among the network of more than 21,000 Real Estate Agents and professional Home Stagers worldwide, who are providing sellers with the knowledge and tools needed to sell their homes faster and/or for more money. Amy Zumberger has completed the Accredited Staging Professional Course provided by StagedHomes.com, where she received hands-on instruction and was required to demonstrate techniques by staging a home that was listed on the market.

It has been an amazing inspiration for me and many others to watch her progress over the last few years.  She’s been building a business that’s dynamic and flexible.  She is always professional, always upbeat, and extremely creative.  I’ve experienced first-hand the delighted surprise of clients who return to their homes to find their spaces transformed after Amy and her crew have staged the home.

She is a devoted wife and mother and carries this over into her business.  She cares for clients as if they were family.  She is always conscious of the struggles, especially for Seniors, when letting go of a dearly loved home and sentimental possessions.  She handles these  relationships with tact, firmness, and a sense of humor.

Amy has been a member of WiBN since 2011 and was honored as Ambassador of the Year in 2013.  She has served on both the Gala and Conference committee for the past several years.

Amy Zumberger is an excellent candidate for the 2014 Women to Watch.  Many of us have been watching for quite a while!

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