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Schueler Group Named as a Finalists for the Cincinnati Business Courier’s 2019 Fast 55

Jackie Slaght : April 2, 2019 11:20 am : In The headlines, News, Schueler News

The Business Courier has selected the finalists for its 15th annual Fast 55 program, which recognizes the fastest-growing private companies headquartered in Greater Cincinnati. 

This elite list recognizes companies that saw the highest percentage of revenue growth from 2016 to 2018, and of the 55 finalist companies, the Cincinnati Business Courier will choose winners from the five different revenue categories listed below.

The five revenue categories are: 

  1. $1 million to $5 million
  2. $5.1 million to $10 million
  3. $10.1 million to $50 million
  4. $50.1 million to $100 million
  5. $100.1 million and up.

The finalists and five category winners will be honored at a luncheon 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Jack Cincinnati Casino. 

The full Fast 55 Finalists article is featured on the Cincinnati Business Courier’s website. Click here to read the full article.

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Cincinnati Real Estate Council of Greater Cincinnati Awards Schueler Group Commercial Sales Agents

Jackie Slaght : February 7, 2019 10:39 am : In The headlines, News, Schueler News

The Commercial Real Estate Council of Greater Cincinnati (CRECGC) recognized the outstanding sales performance of Schueler Group commercial sales agents, Rob Blundredand Jeff Eichhorn.

The organization honored 52 members of the 2018 Top Producers Club for their achievements at a recent awards banquet. To qualify agents had to produce $2.5 million in sales/leasing volume during the 12-month recognition period.

Activity in the commercial and industrial real estate market is a key indicator of the vitality of the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky region.

This is a first-time award for Blundred. Eichhorn has received the award multiple times.

Rob is a licensed broker with Henkle Schueler & Associates, a division of Schueler Group. He has extensive experience in the fields of retail, office, industrial development and construction. Rob has assisted some of the area’s largest corporations and small businesses achieve their real estate goals.

Jeff is an experienced and respected commercial real estate agent who has been with Henkle Schueler since 2007. Since 2009 Jeff has been featured multiple times in publications for closing some of the largest commercial transactions in Greater Cincinnati. Jeff works tirelessly for his clients and is a licensed broker in Ohio and agent in Kentucky.

Congratulations to Jeff and Rob on an outstanding year!          

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Schueler Group Hires New CFO

Jackie Slaght : November 9, 2018 8:00 am : In The headlines, News, Schueler News

November 1, 2018 – LEBANON, OH – Michael Caruso has joined Schueler Group (SG) as Chief Financial Officer.

“We are excited and pleased to have Michael join our executive team. He brings leadership experience and knowledge that will be an integral part of the growth and expansion of Schueler Group,” stated Mike Schueler.

Michael is responsible for corporate financial relationships. The SG controller and information officer will report to him.

Michael previously worked at Morris Furniture Company, Inc. in Dayton as CFO for four years. Prior to that he was Vice President, Accounting, Finance, and IT for Lastar, Inc., (Dayton).

Upon graduating from Miami University (Ohio), Michael began his career at NCR where he worked for 16 years. His last position with the company was Director Resource Management.

He graduated from Miami University with a double major, Bachelor in Finance and Bachelor in Accounting. He received his MBA, Entrepreneurship and Marketing from the University San Diego (CA).

Michael is delighted to join Schueler Group during such a strong period of company growth, and looks forward to helping that to continue.

He resides in Dayton with his wife of 25 years and their four children.

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Volleyball Club Sets Sights on Former Paper Mill Land in West Carrollton, listing represented by Henkle Schueler Agent- Mark Langdon

Jackie Slaght : October 23, 2018 11:54 am : In The headlines, Schueler News

On Tuesday, Oct. 23, the West Carrollton City Council will review a contract that would allow a new sand volleyball business to purchase approximately seven acres of city-owned land located at 200 Central Ave.

The owners of Spike-It LLC, who also own Setters Beach Volley and Outdoor Lounge in Cincinnati, aim to purchase the land to construct a 17-court indoor and outdoor sand facility that includes a restaurant and bar, as well as space for 350 vehicles. They are also seeking a liquor license.

The proposed facility design for the 44,000-square-foot indoor facility and 38,000-square-foot outdoor courts includes a main entrance located at the Miami and Central Avenue intersection.

Larry Roberts, one of three co-owners along with Jack Betts and his son, Michael Betts, said the West Carrollton site is ideal because of its close proximity to Interstate 75 and because of the high-participation in volleyball by Dayton residents at its current location and other venues. “Dayton has people that already know how to play sand volleyball,” Roberts said.

The Spike-It business model is built on league-play seven days a week, with operation from approximately 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. on weekdays, with earlier start times on the weekends.

If council approves the ordinance’s second reading on Nov. 13, the owners plan to have the new $4.5 million facility open by Oct. 1, 2019. Roberts said the indoor season typically runs from October through April – and the new building would include heat, fans, and large garage doors to regulate the air flow.

During the outdoor season, a second bar, as well as outdoor restrooms and showers will be in operation with Inside Volleyballapproximately 30 to 40 employees during the peak season.

The purchase contract calls for the sale of the acreage at $40,000 per acre, and includes the former Friend Paper office building, which is adjacent to the railroad. Roberts said the company plans to re-evaluate the building for potential redevelopment at some point down the road after the new building is constructed.

Approximately 12 acres would remain available for future re-development on the former paper mill site. Mark Langdon, of Henkle Schueler Realtors, is the listing broker for the property.

The contract calls for a one-year moratorium on the city’s sale of adjoining acreage at the site to another business that operates in the food or beverage industry.

City Manager Brad Townsend said the city also aims to address infrastructure improvements along the Central Avenue corridor in the area including streetscape and intersection improvements, as well as the installation of on street parking and the addition of a bicycle path.

Mike Lucking, economic development director, said this proposal is consistent with the city council’s vision for the redevelopment of the corridor that results in the community becoming a destination location. “Hopefully, this initiative leads to similar redevelopment projects going forward,” he said.

This article originally appeared on the City of West Carrollton’s website.

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Brad Knapp named Ohio REALTORS 2018 ‘Phillip R. Barnes RPAC Achievement Award’ honoree

Jackie Slaght : September 26, 2018 2:12 pm : In The headlines, News, Schueler News

REALTOR Brad Knapp, joined by his wife, Dianne, accepts the Ohio REALTORS 2018 “Phillip R. Barnes RPAC Achievement Award” for his strong commitment to the organization’s political advocacy efforts.

The presentation of the award was made at the organization’s Board of Directors meeting during the 108th Annual Convention & EXPO, Sept. 16-18, in Columbus.

The “Phillip R. Barnes RPAC Achievement Award” was created in 2001 in memory of Past President Phillip R. Barnes, who was a leading advocate of the organization’s REALTORS Political Action Committee. The Award is presented annually to a REALTOR whose commitment to RPAC and political involvement is exemplary.

Knapp served as President of the Ohio REALTORS in 2008. He also served as a member and chair of many Ohio REALTORS committees and task forces, including two agency task forces, task forces on eminent domain and equal prominence and the Legislative Steering, RPAC Trustees, Strategic Planning and Legal Action committees.

On the national level, Knapp has contributed to the REALTORS Political Action Committee (RPAC) at the Sterling R Major Investor level for more than a decade, he is the industry’s Federal Political Coordinator for U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, has served as a National Association of REALTORS (NAR) Director for several years and as NAR Region #6 Vice President. In addition, he has served on multiple committee, including as chair of the NAR Interpretations & Procedures Advisory Board in 2015.

Additionally, he serves as a director of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency and is a member of the Cincinnati Council – US Navy League. He was also a member of the city of Lebanon Civil Service Commission, the Lebanon Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, the Warren County Housing Advisory Board, trustee of the Community College Advisory Board of Warren County, and director of the Otterbein Retirement Committee.

“Over the years, Brad has truly led by example on the importance of RPAC,” said Ohio REALTORS President Tiffany Meyer. “REALTORS are beneficiaries of his unmatched leadership and support to this important cause, but also his tireless effort toward improving the real estate industry and profession.”

Past recipients of the Phillip R. Barnes RPAC Achievement Award are: Phil Barnes (2001), Harley E. Rouda (2002), Vince Aveni (2003), Mary Pollock (2004), Nancy Sharp (2005), George Smith (2006), Steve Brown (2007), Hal Maxfield (2008), Barbara Lach (2009), Darlene Breen (2010), Bonnie Boyd (2011), Charlotte Van Steyn (2012), Phil Morrical Jr. (2013 — posthumously), John Lynch (2014), Joseph T. Aveni, Jr. (2015), Bradley Bennett (2016), and Terry Hankner (2017).

The Ohio REALTORS, with more than 33,000 members, is the largest professional trade association in Ohio.


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