Well, we’re closing in on the end of 2014, and it’s become just about impossible to keep Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group out of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog. (Not that we’re trying to keep him out, mind you, but it might be overkill to include him in every single issue.)
However, Cameron has accomplished something never done before in the history of Top Echelon Network. Two “somethings,” actually.
He recently hit $2 million cash-in as a Preferred Member recruiter . . . but that’s not what I’m talking about. As you might imagine, hitting the $2 million mark is a rare occurrence. As a matter of fact, no other current Preferred Member recruiter in Top Echelon Network has reached that mark, although Bruce Ramstad of Ramstad Recruiting is very close.
(It should be noted that some current and past Preferred Members have billed over $2 million with a combination of direct-hire placements through Top Echelon Network and contract placements through Top Echelon Contracting. However, a few years ago, Top Echelon separated the direct-hire and contract placement totals.) Back to our story . . .
Cameron hit the $1 million mark in September of 2012. He hit the $2 million mark in November of this year. That means he earned $1 million through Top Echelon Network during a span of 26 months.
That’s by far the fastest that anybody has ever billed a million dollars in Top Echelon Network.
The placement that put Cameron over the $1 million mark in TE was his 136th as a Preferred Member recruiter. Cameron now has 276 placements in Top Echelon Network. A matter of simple math tells us that he’s now made 140 placements in Top Echelon Network in the span of 27 months.
That’s by far the fastest that anybody has ever made a hundred placements in Top Echelon Network.
In fact, Cameron is making placements so quickly in the Network that as of today, his career cash-in stands at $2.1 million . . . and he might have made another placement in the time it took me to write this sentence.
Needless to say, there are more TE awards and accolades in Cameron’s future, such as the Recruiter of the Year Award for the fourth straight year and the 300-placement plateau sometime during the first quarter of 2015.
Right now, Cameron shows no signs of slowing down, which means he could break every single Top Echelon Network record for production and set them so high that they will never be reached.