RE/MAX Alliance Group Will Present Big Check On Children’s Miracle Network Telethon
RE/MAX Alliance Group earned the honor of presenting the check as the largest contributor to CMN of all RE/MAX offices in Florida, donating $40,064 in 2010.
RE/MAX associates nationwide have raised more than $100 million since RE/MAX became the exclusive real estate sponsor of CMN in 1992. The organization raises funds for more than 170 pediatric hospitals across the country, including All Children’s Hospital.
“Supporting our local Children's Miracle Network hospital is part of the RE/MAX spirit,” said President Peter Crowley. “Our agents are immensely proud to support All Children’s Hospital and to give back to this community in which we earn our living and raise our families.” RE/MAX associates make a contribution to CMN with each closed transaction. RE/MAX offices and agents also sponsor golf tournaments and organize a variety of other fundraising activities throughout the year.
With more than 300 agents and employees in 10 offices, RE/MAX Alliance Group is the Number One RE/MAX in Florida based on transactions and volume and the Number 10 RE/MAX in the country based on transactions. Telephone: (941) 954-5454. Website: www.AllianceGroupFL.com.
RE/MAX Alliance Group
2000 Webber St
Sarasota, FL 34239
Sheila Longo 941-355-3006
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