Gearing up for the 2015 Wounded Warrior Run

The office has been spending their lunch hours on Tuesdays and Thursday getting ready for the upcoming Wounded Warrior event "Run for the "Achievable Dream", which takes place May 29-31. The event will include a 5K Run/Walk, an 8K Run/Walk, a Kids Fun Run, and a Half Marathon.

Bowl for Kids Sake 2015

We had an AWESOME time on Saturday at the Williamsburg AMF Bowling Center bowling for Big Brothers Big Sisters!

We had two teams Ironbound vs. Lightfoot it was a hard fought exchange of strikes, spares and close calls but Lightfoot was the ultimate winner in pins bowled over, however Ironbound won in two ways most money raised and had the bowler with the best style points hands is video proof!

In sloooooow motion to capture every professional form and style of Mr. John "Flintstone" Wilson.

He actually controls his spin and rotation and direction of the roll with his arms it was amazing to see him in action!!!

For the fifth year in a row now Coldwell Banker Traditions was again (was there any doubt) crowned the victor over all with the most money raised for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization.

Thanks to Faye Dillman, Charlotte Tabb and Cathy Richardson for putting this all together for another amazing, fun and very rewarding event!!

Below is the photo gallery of the fun and good times.


2014 Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Real Estate Agents, Brokers, and Managers from Brooks Real Estate and Coldwell Banker Tradition as part of their 2014 Community Involvement Program once again joined the ranks of the Salvation Army for their annual "Doing the most Good", Holiday Bell Ringing program. Garrie Warren serves as facilitator for our volunteers. Among those volunteers are: (kneeling) Steve Ewell, George Marsh, and Mozart Wilson. (standing L-R) Anna Lind, Kathy Evers, Frankie Byrnes, Niki Cook, Connie Robbins, Melissa Sabb, and Garrie Warren (not pictured: Sam Mayo, Charlotte Tabb, Zachary Lind, Joe Delgado, Andrew Nelson, Louise Mokszanowski, John Stump, Vicki Courier, Ted LaRose and Suzanne Dana).


Fund Raising for "Erase the Need"

At the Coldwell Banker Traditions August company gathering, we announced our support of "Erase the Need," specifically their "Back Pack" program, which aims to make a positive impact on the lives of our local kids of families in need.

Our goal was to fill 10 back packs with the essential items kids need for school, such as binders, highlighters, flash drives, glue sticks, etc...

As of today, we have 27. AMAZING!!!! And a big shout out to Melissa Sabb and Niki Cook for bringing this to our attention and coordinating the donation process!

Want to find out more about this amazing organization? Visit their Facebook page

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