Realtor news for Aug. 15, 2010

Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty

Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty is proud to announce the addition of Carol Morrow to their local office.

Carol recently joined the ranks of four percent of the Realtors nationwide in completing e-PRO.  This is a community of highly skilled and continuously trained professionals who provide high quality and innovative online real estate services.

Whether you are a first time buyer, seller or investor, Carol has helped hundreds of clients realize their dreams and goals. In an environment that is constantly changing, she embraces each and every challenge. Carol’s move to Keller Williams reinforces her belief in ongoing education and having the latest technology and tools available.

One of Carol’s strengths is her extensive background in new home construction and development. The majority of her business is from referrals, which she considers her highest compliment. She continues to be involved in a number of compassionate outreaches in the community.  Carol would love to assist you. Call her at 970-234-1237.

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Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty is proud to announce that Kevin Borman will be the chair-elect for the Grand Junction Area Realtor Association for the 2010-2011 year. We are also excited to announce Andrea Haitz was elected to serve as a new director on the board for 2010-2011. We are proud of their commitment and willingness to serve in these capacities. Please call 256-9100 to congratulate them.

Century 21 Homestead Realty

Century 21 Homestead Realty would like to congratulate the top seller, Lori Curtis, and the top lister, Mike Miller, for the month of July 2010. Century 21 Homestead Realty is located at 737 Horizon Drive. Please contact at 970-243-5100.

The Grand Junction Area REALTOR Association

The Grand Junction Area REALTOR® Association donated the proceeds of the first “Keep Your Eye On the Ball” softball tournament to The Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation.
 
The event generated proceeds of $8,326.16. The money went to the foundation created by Grand Junction resident Kim Jones after her son Jordan was diagnosed with testicular cancer two years ago.

“ We are pleased that, through our event, we are able to make this contribution to help fight a disease which is the leading cancer among men under 40,” said Erika Doyle, president of the REALTOR® association.

“Kim and Jordan’s story and their efforts to raise awareness and provide education inspired some of our non-REALTOR® (affiliate) organizations to create this terrific event.”

The purpose of the foundation is to break down the barriers that prevent young boys and men from talking about changes in their bodies so that this form of cancer can be as easily and widely talked about as breast cancer. 

“It’s extremely important to do monthly self-exams and to ask doctors to do a testicular exam even if it is not offered,” Jones said. “We want to bring awareness of testicular cancer to everyone and promote early detection in order to save lives.”

For more information about the foundation or testicular cancer visit http://www.TesticularCancerAwarenessFoundation.org.

To learn how to become an affiliate of the Grand Junction Area REALTORS® Association please contact Pat Teck at 970-243-3322.

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