Local Keller Williams real estate marks Red Day
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KW Red Day
KELLER WILLIAMS staff recently participated in Red Day. Some of the staff sporting red shirts are shown.
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Exemplifying the core values of the largest real estate franchise in North America, the Keller Williams Cleveland Market Center recently participated in Red Day.

Keller Williams offices across the globe closed their offices in order for their agents and staff to be able to give back to their community and meet a local need. Red Day is an annual Keller Williams cultural event.

“We believe in supporting the community where we live and work,” team leader Sally Hays said. “It’s our way of saying thanks to our friends, neighbors, and clients. Since housing is our business, what bet- ter way to serve than to partner with Habitat for Humanity.”

The mission of Habitat for Humanity Cleveland is seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope with a vision that everyone has a decent place to live.

“The agents adding the finishing touches to the newly built homes really brought smiles to the homeowner’s faces, we appreciate Keller Williams Realty’s efforts and partnership,” said Anna Carmichael with Habitat for Humanity.

Agents and staff who participated in the event were Stephanie Tatum, Judy DiGennaro, Christy Dodson, Cathy Williamson, Effie McCray, Dottie Sneed, Tina Ledford, Doc Carbaugh, John McDonald, Jennifer Browning, Sally Hays, Carla Lane, Harlon Rice, Susan Ledford and Lorie Puckett.

The Keller Williams Cleveland Market Center, located at 650 25th Street Suite 300, was established in 2007 and has 46 associates and profit shared $54,763 back to it’s agents in 2013.