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REALTORS® Own It Coins
REALTORS® Own It Coins celebrate REALTORS® Own It Spirit --
that when we take ownership of our associations, change happens, and when we each bring our unique gifts and insights to the table, our organization evolves.
The Coins were first unveiled at the 2018 NAR Leadership Summit and the Committee Leadership Camp, where incoming local, state, and national REALTOR® leaders and Association Executives were presented with Own It Coins in appreciation for their commitment to serve their fellow REALTORS® and their willingness to lead our Associations. While the coins serve as tokens of gratitude, receivers do not keep the coins. Recipients are instructed to re-gift the coins, to pass them along to other REALTORS® who embody the Own It Spirit.
Think of it as the domino effect or paying it forward. Our hope is that every recipient of an Own It Coin continues to pass it along to another worthy recipient to ensure the coins remain in circulation for years to come.
If you’d like to order additional REALTORS® Own It Coins for your Association they can be ordered online at
REALTORS® Own It Coins National Registry
Each REALTORS® Own It Coin has a unique registration number. We have created this national registry to watch where all the coins travel.
2018 First Vice President Vince Malta presenting REALTORS® Own It Coin #0001 to NAR former CEO Dale Stinton.
Fort Smith Board of REALTORS® presents REALTORS® Own It Coin to Barbie Johnson