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Yellow Bluff earns international honors
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The Yellow Bluff Co. recently received word  Yellow Bluff Coastal Cottages and Marina has placed in every category the development entered in the CNBC International Property Awards. Yellow Bluff has placed in the following categories: Best Development, Best Marina Development and Best Property Marketing.  Yellow Bluff representatives have been invited to London to receive the awards at a gala event at the Marriott in Grosvenor Square on Sept. 14.Also, the top scoring properties will be showcased at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas on Nov. 16.  “This is an incredible opportunity for Yellow Bluff and the coastal region of Georgia to receive worldwide attention,” Debra Brown, Yellow Bluff spokeswoman, said.  Yellow Bluff is a marina community on the Liberty County coast that includes The Cottages, Oyster Point and The Retreat.“Yellow Bluff offers a full service marina with hoist/marina store/concierge service, Bluff Park for all residents to enjoy, walking trails, boating, kayaking, fishing and more,” Brown said. A coastal-inspired clubhouse with pool and fitness center will also be a part of the amenity package. Onsite inshore charter fishing service is provided by Capt. Wild Bill Jarrell in association with Miss Judy Charters.The Yellow Bluff project team includes partners Allen Brown, Ren Keel and Fred Shore and builder, JT Turner Construction Co., L. Scott Barnard Architects, PC Simonton & Associates Engineers, Paul Krebs Construction Co., and photography by Jim Holmes. Sales are by the Fine Homes & Estates team of Century 21 Ways Station and Century 21 Action Realty. Judy Simpson is the new onsite sales manager.Because of the placement, Yellow Bluff will be included in The World’s Best magazine that will feature the top international properties. As a top award recipient, Yellow Bluff properties will be included at for six months.“The International Property Awards are now entering the 13th year, and aim to identify and reward the highest levels of achievement in a range of fields throughout the residential property industry,” said Ron Lucas of International Property Awards. “These awards are truly global, with participation from no less than 45 countries in 2006.”The award categories are broken down into five main areas of the globe: Asia Pacific, Arabia, Europe and Africa, UK and The Americas. “The judging panel is made up of a collection of experts, all pre-eminent in their chosen fields,” Lucas said. “They follow a fair and transparent scoring system, based solely on the entries provided for the awards program and not related to any other issues or previous reputations.”Sponsors of the 2007 International Property Awards include CNBC, Daily Mail UK, International Homes, Lycos, Hirsch, and Domain. The New York Times is a media partner. 
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