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Celebrating Success: Starwood Custom Homes' Newest Intern, Riley, Honored at the White House


Celebrating Success: Starwood Custom Homes' Newest Intern, Riley, Honored at the White House

At Starwood Custom Homes, we take pride not only in building exceptional custom homes but also in recognizing and supporting the remarkable achievements of our team members. Today, we are delighted to share the incredible journey of our newest intern, Riley Human, who had the privilege of being honored at the White House alongside his Men's Cross Country team from Northern Arizona University (NAU).


A Journey of Success:

Under the guidance of head coach Mike Smith, the Northern Arizona University men's cross-country team has demonstrated an unparalleled level of excellence, with this victory marking their sixth national title in the past seven years. Coach Smith's leadership has been instrumental in fostering a culture of determination, teamwork, and relentless pursuit of greatness among his athletes.


This recognition marks a significant milestone for Riley and his team, showcasing their dedication, talent, and the bright future that lies ahead.



Riley's Journey at Starwood:

As a dedicated member of the Starwood Custom Homes team, Riley's passion for running and his commitment to excellence have not gone unnoticed. He exemplifies the values we hold dear, and his accomplishments serve as an inspiration for our entire organization.


Riley's drive and determination on the track have translated seamlessly into his work at Starwood, where he consistently strives for excellence in every aspect of his responsibilities.


Looking Ahead:

As Riley continues to grow in his internship at Starwood Custom Homes, we are excited to see how his experiences at the White House and his time with the esteemed Northern Arizona University men's cross-country team will shape his future endeavors. We have no doubt that Riley's dedication, resilience, and passion for excellence will drive him to accomplish great things both on and off the track.

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