Truckee Tahoe Keller Williams RED Day
The team at Keller Williams Realty is excited to invite agents, friends and colleagues to its first RED Day event on May 14.
RED Day, short for “Renew, Energize and Donate,” was created by Keller Williams Realty Inc. to give back to communities across the United States and Canada. With 73,000 associates in 690 offices participating in various volunteer efforts all on the same day, the company will unite its regional offices to make an international impact.
Keller Williams Realty offices in Truckee and Tahoe City will devote the day to trash pick-up, a fix-it up event and a spring canned food drive for RED Day.
“When we heard that this would be a collective effort making us 73,000 strong ” it was very exciting to think of the impact that we all will make in one day,” said Team Leader, Geoff Ewry. “Given the present economic climate, many non-essential, but important projects are being put on hold. We see this as an opportunity to give back to the communities that have supported us by focusing our efforts on projects that may not have otherwise been completed.”
Each Keller Williams Realty office has picked a one day civic project with the goal of showing one day can make a difference to a community. Locally, we have chosen to support the Tahoe Women’s Services with a spring canned food drive at each of our offices, and a fix-it up project through the Family Resource Center. We will also be meeting on Highway 89 near the Alder Creek Middle School for a trash pick-up at 1 p.m.
Agents and affiliates from other companies are welcomed to join the Keller Williams team in our ongoing effort to make the place we live in and the community that we love, a better place. For more information about RED Day visit http://www.kw.com/redday or call (530) 587-3505.
Keller Williams Realty in Truckee and Lake Tahoe has three locations and is a full service real estate firm with over 80 sales associates.
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