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Nobody does it better than Paul

LJ Hooker Kingscliff principal Paul McMahon has been with the group for 21 years.
LJ Hooker Kingscliff principal Paul McMahon has been with the group for 21 years. John Gass

LJ HOOKER Kingscliff principal Paul McMahon has joined an elite group of men and women who have served the 84-year-old real estate giant continuously for more than 21 years.

Mr McMahon and other inductees into Hooker's 21 Club spent Australia Day as special guests of LJ Hooker on Sydney Harbour at the Sebel Waterside restaurant.

His name is now etched on the 21 Club Honour Roll located at the company's corporate head office in Sydney.

The coveted club now boasts 300 members, half of whom are still working at LJ Hooker.

Paul has enjoyed a career punctuated with real estate and business awards and successes since becoming a business owner of LJ Hooker Kingscliff in 1990.

He says he is "very proud" to be inducted into the 21 Club.

"LJ Hooker remains Australia's best real estate network with world-class selling systems, performance, customer service and our national esprit de corps - it's as simple as that," Mr McMahon said.

"During the past 21 years I've seen many changes in the industry.

"However, some things have remained the same - providing excellent customer service, knowledge of the real estate market and setting out to prove that 'nobody does it better' than LJ Hooker."

L. Janusz Hooker, chief executive of LJ Hooker, welcomed Mr McMahon into LJ Hooker's prestigious club.

"At LJ Hooker people are the foundation of our business," Mr Hooker said.

"There are not many companies who can celebrate 300 people who have worked for the one company for over two decades.

"It's testament to the fulfilling career opportunities within the group and the LJ Hooker culture.

"Paul's experience, skills and service to his customers is inspiring.

"On behalf of the company, I congratulate him for achieving membership to LJ Hooker's exclusive 21 Club," said Mr Hooker.

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