The REALTOR® Cereal Drive is back!

2017 was a phenomenal year for the annual REALTOR® cereal drive. Help us reach the 2018 goal of 18,500 boxes, all of which go to the local area food banks. Use the cereal drive as a way to reconnect with your sphere and look for REALTOR®-branded marketing pieces (post-card and flyer) to enhance efforts of collecting cereal from clients and customers.

Let us know if your office plans to participate by emailing Barbara Castillo with your office and contact information by September 25th.

Collected cereal can be dropped off at the October 25th Halloween Mixer at Wilderness Run Winery from 5-7 PM or for large pick-ups, the Fredericksburg food van can be scheduled to pick up from your location. More details TBA.

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2017 Participants

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Select
Century 21 Redwood – Locust Grove
Nest Realty Group – Fredericksburg
1st Choice Better Homes and Land
CTI Real Estate
Alcova Mortgage
United Real Estate Premier
Century 21 Redwood – Fredericksburg
Long and Foster Fredericksburg
Century 21 Battlefield
Century 21 New Millennium Fredericksburg
Coldwell Banker Elite Downtown
REMAX Legacy
Ulta Realty
Century 21 Redwood – Stafford
Coldwell Banker Elite – Stafford
Virginia CU Realty
Embrace Home Loans
Keller Williams Realty –  Stafford
Keller Williams Realty – Fredericksburg
Holt for Homes
Movement Mortgage

2017 Winners

Affiliate Office
Alcova Mortgage, 576 boxes

Most Cereal Per Agent
Century 21 Battlefield King George, 2203 boxes

Runner up, Most Improved
Century 21 Redwood Stafford, from 87 to 700 boxes

Most Improved
United Real Estate Premier, from 0 to 2808 boxes

Runner up, Most Cereal Collected
Century 21 New Millennium Fredericksburg, 2923 boxes

Grand Prize, Most Cereal Collected
1st Choice Better Homes and Land  5019 boxes

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