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Orillia's Mort gage-Man called to Speak to Industry Leaders.

Mark  Goode AMP

By Mark Goode AMP

Mark Goode AMP has been asked to speak at the 2013 Mort gage Summit at the Toronto Congress Centre, With over 600 participants, The Mort gage Summit ensures national recognition of both large and small organizations on their individual merits.
This annual black-tie gala is the event highlight of the year that attracts the biggest names in the business throughout Canada. Mort gage industry professionals will gather once to praise the achievements of their peers and industry leaders at the Awards Gala in May 2013. Each year, an estimated 600 guests attend the awards festivities.

Goode who has been on numerous local boards and committees as well as having been our Past President of the Orillia and Area Chamber of Commerce is no stranger to such invitations, having penned articles for the National Post, the Globe and Mail and sitting on advisory boards for Lenders, says that this is special opportunity to speak to his experience specific to the smaller market of Orillia. The importance of integrity, connecting with the community and becoming a partner in advocating for the area and the benefits to living in the region, contributing to the betterment of the area in which you live and work. 

Mark Goode AMP has been a leader in the mort gage industry and has a long list of accomplishments including holding his place in CMP's 75 Top Brokers since inception in 2004, being voted Orillia's Mort gage Brokerage of choice, and Orillia's finalist business leader of the year for 2012. Mark has been an active board member for the Hospital, Lakehead University, Georgian College as well as both the Community Development Committee, the Economic Development Committee to name just a few.

Goode's office rebranded to Mort gage Man Dominion Lending Centres in 2012 with Don Cherry as their spokesperson. Mark's Office team consists of Brad Day Mort gage Agent and Underwriter, Lynn Bayne Mort gage assistant and Corin Payie Marketing Manager, who are happy to see you at their 180 Memorial Ave. location across from Hill's Restaurant. 

Mark resides in Orillia with his wife Vicki and their son Mitchell.

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