Jim Eccleston recognized for Achieving High Standard of Professionalism

Posted on March 24th, 2017 at 4:26 PM
Jim Eccleston recognized for Achieving High Standard of Professionalism

Among many other awards and recognitions in 2016, Jim Eccleston has been recognized in America’s Most Honored Professional 2016 in the Top 1%.

America's Most Honored is a recognition program created by American Registry. For the first time in more than ten years in the recognition monitoring and plaque manufacturing business, American Registry has created their own award paying tribute to the Most Honored Professionals in America. An honoree must have been continuously recognized for professional excellence throughout the last 5 years.

A Most Honored Professional is part of the top ten, top five, or even top one percent of the most recognized professionals in America. An achievement such as this is considered by American Registry to be one of the most dignified of any individual recognition.

Jim Eccleston is honored and proud to have received this wonderful recognition.

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