Newman-Dailey Resort Properties Makes Top 100 Best Companies in Florida List

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Newman-Dailey, which specializes in Destin real estate, vacation rentals and property management in Destin and association management throughout the Emerald Coast, ranked 31 among small businesses in the state of Florida

The team at Newman-Dailey Resort Properties in Destin enjoys a corporate culture that promotes fun, professionalism, ethics and exceptional performance

"The Best Companies find ways to make the workplace an easy place to be," said Florida Trend Editor Mark Howard

Newman-Dailey Resort Properties was recently named one of the Best Companies To Work For in Florida. The annual Best Companies list is featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine. One-hundred companies are ranked in small, medium and large employer categories. Newman-Dailey, which specializes in Destin real estate, Destin property management and vacation rentals, and association management, ranked 31 in the small business category.

“We’re honored to be recognized by Florida Trend as one of the best places to work,” said Newman-Dailey Founder and CEO Jeanne Dailey. “When I founded this company in 1985, the goal was to create a company that values its employees, provides exceptional service and upholds the highest ethical practices. Now during our 31st year in business, Newman-Dailey ranked 31 among the best small businesses in the state. It is so rewarding to have a team that helped build this with me, and has shaped our corporate culture, creating a company that is among the best in the state!”

To participate, companies or government entities had to employ at least 15 workers in Florida and have been in operation at least one year. Companies that chose to participate underwent an evaluation of their workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The process also included a survey to measure employee satisfaction. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final ranking.

"The Best Companies find ways to make the workplace an easy place to be — at least one in five of this year's best companies has a game room or game table. Those companies understand the value of using games to build relationships among their employees, and also in promoting wellness. In addition, those gaming tables reflect another trend: Employers are investing in their office space," says Executive Editor Mark Howard.

"Top companies provide excellent pay, health insurance, 401k plans, and other "hard" benefits, but they also offer the leadership and communications that encourage employees to participate in the organization's overall success," says Florida Trend Publisher Andy Corty. "And to that long list, enjoyment options such as table tennis or other games bring energy to the enterprise."

The Best Companies To Work For In Florida program was created by Florida Trend and Best Companies Group and is endorsed by the HR Florida State Council. Best Companies Group managed the registration, survey and analysis and determined the final rankings.

Located in Miramar Beach, Fla., Newman-Dailey Resort Properties (NDRP) is one of the leading vacation rental, real estate sales and association management companies in the Destin area. Visit to learn more.

About Newman-Dailey Resort Properties
Founded in 1985, Newman-Dailey has been welcoming guests to the beaches of South Walton and Destin, Fla. for more than 30 years. Recognized for excellence, integrity and professionalism, Newman-Dailey consistently receives the "Certificate of Excellence" for positive reviews on TripAdvisor. The company was awarded the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in 2015 and voted “Best of the Emerald Coast” for vacation rentals and property management by the readers of Emerald Coast Magazine. The Real Estate Division is consistently listed among the top 10 percent of real estate companies along the Emerald Coast for sales. For more sales or rental information, call 850.837.1071, or visit online at or

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