Sentry Management's Sarasota division has opened a satellite office on Longboat Key in the CEO Center of Mediterranean Plaza, 595 Bay Isles Road, Suite 120-D.
The company's main Sarasota office will remain at 6901 Professional Parkway E., Suite 107 in Sarasota.
James Hart, president of Sentry Management said in a prepared statement that the Bay Isles Road location will cut down on the travel time of managers, giving them more time to spend in their communities.
“Sentry has been successful because of our commitment to the satisfaction of community association boards and residents. One of the ways we foster communications is being in close proximity to the communities we manage,” said Robin Spencer, vice president of Sentry's Sarasota division, in the statement. “The new office will help us better service Longboat Key as well as the other barrier islands off Sarasota, including Lido Key.”
The Sarasota division has 19 employee's, according to the company's website, sarasota.sentrymgt.com.
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