Jeff Cox Jeff Cox saysoffering a stake in the firm's growth will allow it to attract thenext generation of brokers.


TULSA—Offering a company stake in the form of a partnership notonly rewards top producers but also attracts the next generation ofbrokers, according to Stan Johnson Company. Its newly createdpartner program provides an opportunity for the largest producersto be recognized and rewarded for outstanding contributions anddedication to company growth.


"It is my personal honor to award the title of partner to somany of our organization's top sales professionals who arededicated to providing extraordinary service and outstanding valueto our clients," said Stan Johnson, company president and CEO."Partners not only represent some of the highest production brokersat Stan Johnson Company, but also include those who will makepositive contributions to our culture and brand with a focus onfuture growth."


This year's inaugural group of qualifiers includes 14 USbrokers. The brokers who were recently named partners include RyanButler, Chad Byerly, Margaret Caldwell, David Clary, BJ Feller, TomFritz, Jim Gibson, Isaiah Harf, Jeff Hughes, Joey Odom, Brad Pepin,Mike Sladich, Craig Tomlinson and Asher Wenig. Thesebroker/partners join the firm's existing shareholder partners–agroup that comprises leaders from both the corporate platform aswell as the sales organization and includes managing directorBrandon Duff, senior vice president Amy Moyer, and executivemanaging directors Harold Briggs and Jeff Cox, among others. Futurepartners who meet established goals will be inducted in eachsubsequent year.


"This group represents some of the most talented brokerageprofessionals in the industry, so we're pleased to acknowledgetheir success and allow them to share in the rewards created bycompany growth," Cox tells "In order to grow into atruly diversified company and serve more of our clients' needs, weseek additional industry professionals to align with us. However,we have found that identifying talented, experienced professionalsin today's recruiting market can be challenging. We are one of thefew commercial real estate firms to offer the partner opportunity.Offering a stake in Stan Johnson Company's growth to otherdeserving producers across the CRE industry will allow us toattract the next generation of brokers to join us in our mission ofproviding extraordinary service and outstanding value to ourclients."

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Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown is an editor for the south and west regions of She has 25-plus years of real estate experience, with a regional PR role at Grubb & Ellis and a national communications position at MMI. Brown also spent 10 years as executive director at NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area chapter, where she led the organization to achieving its first national award honors and recognition on Capitol Hill. She has written extensively on commercial real estate topics and edited numerous pieces on the subject.