Rich Bartolotta Receives Rookie of the Year Award

At Schooley Mitchell Annual Consultants’ Conference

Atlanta, GA, January 23, 2016 --( Rich Bartolotta came home with numerous accolades from the recent Schooley Mitchell Annual Consultants’ Conference in Cancun, Mexico. Most notably, the Atlanta-based consultant was named 2015 Rookie of the Year, selected for his dedication to his business and superior service provided to his clients.

“The contributions Rich has made to Schooley Mitchell franchise system are outstanding,” said Dennis Schooley. “He has set himself up for success and I know he’ll continue to do great things – for Schooley Mitchell, his clients and his community – in the future.”

Along with the esteemed award, Bartolotta received awards for excellence in Publishing, Good News Contributions and Splash Page Development, leading the way in these areas amongst Schooley Mitchell’s network of 100+ offices. He also received a Special Recognition Award for his efforts to refer vendors to the company’s Evolving Markets program.

His charity and fundraising work – including participation in the March for Babies, Knights of Columbus, ChildFund International, Society of St. Vincent De Paul, the Special Olympics, the United Way, Goodwill, and the Wounded Warrior Project, among others – was also highlighted with a Community Involvement Award.

“Rich’s involvement in his community brings a tremendous sense of pride to us all,” Schooley said.

Schooley Mitchell delivers expertise to companies large and small from all industries, offering a broad range of services including analysis of existing and future telecom and merchant services needs, assessment of best alternatives and implementation of cost-effective solutions.

On average, our consultants reduce telecom and merchant services expenses by 28 per cent. To date, Schooley Mitchell has delivered over $240 million in documented savings to our clients. For additional information about Schooley Mitchell’s services, or to contact Bartolotta, call 678-436-5740, email or visit
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