Dan Palmeri of Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce Receives Rising Stars of Business Award by Las Vegas Business Press
LAS VEGAS—March 21, 2012—Dan Palmeri, director of office properties at Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce Real Estate Solutions of Las Vegas, was awarded a 2012 Rising Stars of Business Award by Las Vegas Business Press. The award was presented during the publication’s seventh annual awards luncheon at the Hard Rock Café on March 16.
More than 200 nominations were received from the Las Vegas business community and Palmeri was selected as one of 10 recipients. Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst with Applied Analysis, recognized each recipient and presented the awards.
The awards are given each year to 10 “outstanding men and women of the valley’s business community, who are making a name for themselves and are deemed destined to accomplish even bigger things.”
“We are thrilled for Dan and feel he is very deserving of this award,” said Mike Hillis, managing partner of the Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce Las Vegas branch. “It is further validation along with his recent work as a new member of our team of experienced professionals that going forward our clients can continue to benefit from his excellent work.”
Palmeri is a member of the Las Vegas chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and sits on its government affairs and spotlight awards committees.
He is also a candidate of the Southern Nevada chapters of the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). Other local affiliations for Palmeri include the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce | Vegas Young Professionals and Las Vegas Toastmasters.
During his career, Palmeri has closed transactions with Honeywell International, Stanley Consultants, AppleOne Employment Services, SWCA Environmental Consultants, Amica Insurance, NOSVA, LP, Ghost Adventures, University of California Regents, Sundance Helicopters, Ageless Men’s Health, Ideal Image, GLUMAC, Oshins & Associates and State Farm.