TONO Profiles: Kurt Schenck

by | Feb 2023 | TEAM

My name is Kurt Schenck


I have worked at TONO Group since I helped to establish RELO in 2016, working most recently as a Real Estate Advisor and helping to expand TONO’s service verticals.


It is my job to help with client development on two fronts. First, as TONO Group’s Real Estate Advisor it is my job to help a client determine, cultivate, execute, maximize and ultimately manage the potential of a property that they already own, or help them acquire the property through RELO. Secondly, as TONO Group’s Business Development Executive, my position is to cultivate relationships (both new and existing) that lead directly to work for one or more of our companies. It is also my job to ensure that the clients expectations are managed and met in such a way that they use us as their primary partner for anything related to their real estate holdings, now and in the future.

Something you’ll always find on my desk is coffee, Diet Coke or both. I may have a small problem with caffeine.. Just Sayin..


Something I’ve learned from a co-worker is that trivia night at Southern Market is fun (and may need to be considered for mandatory meeting status).


What’s one part of your daily routine that you’ll never change? Ok, I’m going to go out on a limb here and say.. “Get dressed.” That said, if you mean besides the obvious, I am going to say the morning Mean Cup run on my way in.


What was the best concert you’ve ever been to? Bush, 311 and the Funk Junkeez in 1997 at a festival in Newport News, VA.


Are you an early bird or a night owl? Honestly, I’m a bit of both. I usually don’t go to bed before 11:30 and my alarm is set for 5AM. I guess that’s why I need the caffeine.


What has been your favorite project to work on at TONO Group and why? Helping secure the tenant for the Lititz Shirt Factory. It was one really cool project that showcased what TONO Group can do when all of the SBU’s are utilized.


Name an achievement, inside or outside of work, that you’re proud of: Raising 3 amazing kids and watching them become really awesome, independent adults and young adults (with only a few questionable incidents that are best left for another day).


If you could pass on one bit of knowledge to someone who might not understand the work you do, what would you tell them? I would tell them my goal is to help clients utilize the collective knowledge of TONO Group and myself to facilitate the creation of a more “meaningful place,” to the client, those who utilize the property, and the surrounding community.

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