National Philanthropy Day 2013

by seacoast_ashley 7. November 2013 09:10

Today was the 2013 National Philanthropy Day Awards Breakfast at UNCW, where theThe Cape Fear Region Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionalsrecognized nominees in six philanthropic categories. We are proud that our very ownBrain Moxey (Vice President – Director of Business Development at Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage) was a nominee for “Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year“!

Brian Moxey, Wilmington North Carolina, Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage

Brian Moxey

From the awards breakfast pamphlet:

On New Years Day 2003, Brian led a group of friends on the beach of Surf City to start the year with a plunge into the Atlantic Ocean. Over a decade later, the New Years Day Dolphin Dip at Surf City is now America’s biggest New Year’s Day Swim Event. From a group of 20 to last year’s crowd of over 5,000 participants, the event has brought the community together while raising funds for various organizations.

Brian has a big heart for giving and inspires others to do the same. There is no cost to participate in the event, but it raises about $10,000 every year. Brain selects a different nonprofit to honor each year, trying to spread it around because there are “so many wonderful charities”. In the past, funds have supported Lower Cape Fear Hospice, Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity, and Hope for the Warriors.

With a passion for giving and helping, Brian Moxey advocates for many local organizations, including United Way of the Cape Fear Area and for the YMCA as a PPD Beach 2 Battleship Triathlon director. This year, Brian and his family were honored by the Karen Beasley Turtle Hospital when they named a rescued cold-stunned turtle Moxey. Moxey was released this June with much fanfare. Now the fanfare should be in honor of all the many other philanthropic efforts by our energetic friend Brian.

Thanks to all the community leaders, organizations and individuals who continue to make a difference in our community! You are all very much appreciated, and congratulations to all the nominees!


Brian Moxey & TIm Milam, owner of Coldwell Banker Sea Coaset Advantage

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Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage Names Five to Vice President Post

by seacoast_ashley 27. June 2012 08:32

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage is pleased to announce that Ted Hardeen, Carolyn Thomason, Tom Spencer, Brian Moxey, and David Benford have been named to the company’s newly-created Vice President positions.

“My goal always has been and always will be, to have the very best management and staff to support all of our sales associates and I can assure you that this is another step in our company’s history to continue that strong support we offer at Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage,” said president Tim Milam when he announced the promotions.

Ted Hardeen was promoted to Senior Vice President of Marketing and New Home Communities. He has been with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage since 1993. As Senior Vice President of Marketing, he will direct the company’s marketing strategies and lead the company’s new home sales division.

Carolyn Thomason was promoted to Vice President of Public Relations. She has been with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage since 1987. Thomason will be responsible for managing the company’s public image, directing special projects within the company, and leading the company’s engagement with community and charitable organizations. She will also continue managing the company’s title company, Beacon Title, concierge program, and new agent orientation.

Tom Spencer was also promoted to Vice President. He also serves as the company’s General Manager. Spencer has been with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage since 2001. He is responsible for developing long range and annual administration planning, directing human resources, fiscal planning, and overseeing various other operations of the company.

Brian Moxey was promoted to Vice President of Business Development. He has been with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage since 2009. In addition to his duties as Vice President, he also serves as Broker-In-Charge of the company’s Hampstead, NC office. His responsibilities include developing the company’s strategy for recruiting and retaining the best real estate agents and staff in Southeastern North Carolina.

David Benford joined Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage as its Vice President of Operations in June 2012. He brings more than 20 years of real estate experience to the company. Benford responsibilities include shaping the company’s sales, marketing, and budgeting strategies.


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