Individuals are inducted into the RPAC Hall of Fame when they have given at least $25,000 to RPAC during their lifetime.
The first Hall of Fame class was inducted in 2002 and that class contained 22 REALTORS®.
Including this class, there are 572 Hall of Fame members from 49 states, one territory and the National Association of REAL TORS®. 53 of these members are
within the higher tiers.
Eva Loken began investing in RPAC in 1999. She joined the President’s Circle in 2011. The RPAC President’s Circle is an additional $2,000 investment supporting candidates supporting the REAL TOR® Party. This further shows her commitment and dedication to the industry.
Eva Loken is being inducted alongside fellow Alaskan member Uli Johnson. Both women join Janice Strong as being the only members in Alaska to be inducted into the RPAC Hall of Fame.
The Class of 2014 is the largest induction class in the history of the National Association of REAL TORS®. Including Ms. Loken, there are 93 new inductees with 11 members upgrading to a new tier in RPAC Hall of Fame.
Being a RPAC Hall of Fame member is the ultimate financial commitment to RPAC as well as the giving of personal time to the National Association of REALTORS®.
Each Hall of Fame member receives a plaque with their name and state that sits atop the NAR building in Washington, D.C. This VERY prestigious group is setting an example to all REAL TORS® in the REAL TOR® Party Family.