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Murphy’s Corporate Housing Associates Receives Multiple Awards in 2021

Posted by: Dianna Siaba
Category: CHA News

Houston, TX – Murphy’s Corporate Housing Associates (MCHA) is proud to have received multiple awards in various distinctions in 2021. From community service on the other side of the globe to a continued commitment to excellence in servicing their clients, Murphy’s is making a difference.

MCHA was named Cartus’ Platinum winner of the Global Citizenship Award for its charitable giving with the Save the Young Girls Foundation in Sierra Leone. Murphy’s employee, Jamie Maslar, was named Citizen of the Year as he brought attention to the needs of the organization and raised awareness, resulting in over $15,000 being raised for the orphanage thus far.

The company has also been awarded with Altair Global’s All-Star Award for Corporate Housing Services. The invitation-only awards ceremony recognized MCHA for achieving the highest performance results in a variety of distinctions, including commitment to the customer experience, the utilization of innovative solutions, excellent responsiveness, customer service and quality of performance, among others.

The Better Business Bureau has also recognized Murphy’s Corporate Housing Associates for the 12th time with its Winner of Distinction Award. This award shows the commitment to service and excellence that MCHA strives for on a daily basis.

Another prestigious award came from The Houston Business Journal, in which MCHA ranked #24 with a 95.44% satisfaction rate in the Small Business category as one of the Best Places to Work for the fifth consecutive year, further solidifying the positive impact the company has on both its employees, and its clients.

“We work hard to provide the best experience possible for our clients, and the awards we’ve received this year tell us that we are doing something right! We are pleased to continue helping those in need of corporate housing solutions, as well as those that have nothing to do with our industry. Making a difference in the lives of others is what matters most,” said Diane Berry, owner of Murphy’s Corporate Housing Associates.

Dianna Siaba

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