ZABEL - ACKERMAN
Tom has an impressive network of professional contacts in the region fed by his 22 years of business experience - and having lived in Fond du Lac most of his life. Tom’s unique background in commercial real estate was established as the GM for one of the premier brokerage firms in Milwaukee. With the responsibility of directing all 20 Brokers, heading-up Sales & Marketing, designing all client advertising, approving all commercial contracts, and managing the company financials - Tom brings an invaluable skill-set to his own company.
Tom Ackerman - Partner
Prior to his commitment to Commercial Real Estate, Tom enjoyed an accomplished career in the Marine Industry while at Mercury Marine and later as third in command at Crownline Boats. A four-time elected chairman to NMMA Education Committee , a twice recipient of Brunswick Leadership Award, and a one-time recipient of Brunswick Innovation Award for his founding and development of Mercury University. In 1987 he won Oldsmobile’s National Sales Competition while at Holiday Auto. Tom’s track record of success speaks to his character , determination, and will to win.

Noted for his outstanding customer service, Tom’s experience on service include:

Delivering training courses to commercial brokers in Southeast Wisconsin.
Director of Mercury’s CSI and Crownline’s Customer Service & Warranty,
Disney University graduate and teacher (Customer Service – Disney Style),
Miller Heiman Instructor (LAMP, ISCM, SS and CS),
Custom designed training courses covering various business subjects,
Designed and delivered a 5-day management course taught to hundreds of Marine Owners across North America.
OFFICE :
1800 S. Morris St. Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) - 204 - 6850
With literally hundreds of contacts, via 2,500 Sales, Marketing, Customer Service and Leadership speeches delivered all around the world including over 75 speeches throughout all of Wisconsin
Tom is ready to put his experience to work for you in his home-town community.
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