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Long Realty's "Why I Love Arizona" Top 20 Photos Selected for Voting- One Step Closer to the $1,926 Winner

12-03-2011 09:23 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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(TUCSON, AZ.) Long Realty is pleased to announce public voting has started - after hundreds of photo submissions, the running for the $1,926 prize has been narrowed to the top 20 photos. There were more than 10,000 votes in the first two days of voting on www.whyilovearizona.com.

“We have received some unbelievable photos from everywhere in Arizona – from the electrifying monsoons and the stunning sunsets, to the roaming desert wildlife and the great depths of the Grand Canyon. Arizonans have truly captured what it means to be a part of this great state, and now we want to share that love of Arizona with the public and give them an opportunity to rate the top photos. We encourage everyone to get involved,” said Rosey Koberlein, CEO of Long Companies.

Koberlein continued, “Since the beginning of the Why I Love Arizona, we have seen outstanding support from Arizona communities and our sales associates. Now, everything is coming to fruition, and we are finally able to see and appreciate our overall purpose of accentuating Arizona’s beauty. We couldn’t be more excited to highlight the magnificence Arizonans have captured.”

Each vote brings the contest one step closer to finding the winner of the $1,926, an amount representing the year Long Realty was founded. After 85 years of success helping Arizonans, Long Realty is celebrating their love for Arizona through photographs. The top 20 photos were announced November 14 and now members of the public can vote in the Why I Love Arizona photo contest online at www.whyilovearizona.com until December 2, casting up to five votes per day. Participants can also share their favorite photo from the contest through Facebook and Twitter.

For more contest information, visit www.whyilovearizona.com or contact your Long Realty sales associate. For more information about Long Realty Company, visit www.longrealty.com.

About Long Companies
Long Companies is comprised of Long Realty Company, Long Mortgage Company, Long Title Agency and Long Insurance Group – all working together to create a full range of real estate services and products. Based in Tucson, Long Realty Company is the leading real estate brokerage company operating in southern Arizona. It offers an unparalleled level of award‐winning residential and commercial real estate services through a network of more than 1,300 licensed real estate associates in more than 37 offices, including 22 affiliate realty and property management companies that are independently owned and operated throughout Arizona and into Mexico. Long Realty Company, a part of HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, has been helping generations of Arizonans achieve their dreams of home ownership since 1926. For more information, visit www.LongRealty.com. The latest releases and announcements for Long Companies can be found in the Long Realty Newsroom, available at www.LongRealtyBlog.com.
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GEO and Associates
4251 E. Fifth Street
Tucson, AZ 85711

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