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Sarah Schilling joins Colliers in Columbia as Marketing Coordinator

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Columbia, SC – Colliers | South Carolina announces that Sarah Schilling has joined its Columbia office as Marketing Coordinator.

In her role, Schilling will spearhead marketing efforts for the land and general commercial brokerage teams in Columbia, including property marketing and digital marketing strategies, designing materials for client projects, business development proposals and more.

“We are excited to welcome Sarah to our Columbia office and South Carolina marketing team,” said Liz McCary, Vice President of Marketing for Colliers | South Carolina. “Her creative background and real estate marketing experience will serve the company well.”

Schilling holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design from Charleston Southern University. Prior to joining Colliers, she worked for a marketing firm which specialized in residential real estate marketing and as a communications manager at a local landscaping company.


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Sarah Schilling

Marketing Coordinator

Columbia

As a Marketing Coordinator for Colliers | South Carolina, I develop high-quality marketing materials and execute top-notch property marketing strategies for the general commercial and land brokerage team in Columbia. 

I ensure that our clients’ properties are effectively marketed including who is being targeted, how the information is getting in front of prospects and how the property is to staying at the forefront of prospects’ decision making.

My favorite part of the job is taking property information and organizing it into a beautiful, comprehensive design to stand out and effectively communicate with the target audience. The most rewarding part of my job is being able to use creative solutions to solve any problem and meet our clients’ goals.

I define success in my work like many in the marketing industry do: success is measured by the satisfaction of the client and by how effectively the predefined goals were met.

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