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Realtors give schools Ladders to Hope boost

 


The Williamson County Association of Realtors® Young Professionals Network (YPN) presented a $3,655 check to the Williamson County Schools/Ladders to Hope Challenge. The funds donated will help purchase ten computers to assist students as they prepare for college entrance exams.
 
In making the presentation, association President Lisa Culp Taylor said, “Realtors may be known for selling real estate, but we are also proud to support Williamson County’s legacy for top-notch education.”
 
Marti Veto, association executive, added the tutoring program will benefit high school students that, in turn, will allow our Realtor® members to repay the community where they live and work. “We are thrilled with Kyle Shults and her committee’s results. They embraced it, they planned it, and they made it happen!”
 
The YPN Committee raised funds through a silent auction held last month. In addition to personal contributions, several business partners helped fund the event including: Ackland Investments, Bertin Painting, Limestone Title, Montgomery & Associates, NOLA Lending, Northwest Exterminating, Rite Rug, Signature Suites, Solace Oral Surgery and Touchstone Title.
 
Williamson County Association of Realtors® is a leading regional REALTOR® trade association in middle Tennessee with over 1,800 members.

Posted on: 1/16/2014

 
 

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