3 Moves that Prove RE/MAX Agents Put Kids First

Early Spring is a busy time for real estate professionals, especially for one of the leading franchisers of real estate brokerage services, RE/MAX. This time of year also marks the company’s annual conference (R4), held in Las Vegas, where agents around the world come together for a 4-day summit, which includes highlights of its partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

It’s been known that RE/MAX agents and offices have a strong connection to the communities in which they live in and work, which is why the company has been a proud supporter of CMN Hospitals for more than 25 years. Following R4 last week, here are a few ways that prove RE/MAX agents put the kids first.

  1. They wear their hearts on their sleeves. Each year R4 includes a Big Give Live Auction in support of CMN Hospitals. An assortment of travel packages and goodies are available to attendees and funds raised go toward CMN Hospitals. This year more than $110,000 was raised for the kids! In addition, a few RE/MAX associates had bigger plans for their items and either donated them back for re-auction or to Miracle Child Carson.
  2. They happily join the social conversation to create awareness for the cause. This year we introduced a new idea of a digital mosaic at the CMN booth.  Agents participated throughout the event by posting a photo to #REMAX4Kids, which then printed at our booth. As photos printed, they were added to a ‘get well card’ mural which depicted one of our National Miracle Children, Marlee. At the end of the event, the mural was presented to St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, a local CMN Hospital.                                             
  3. They continuously ask to do more. It never fails that RE/MAX agents and offices strive to go above and beyond their previous accomplishments and throughout the week they mirrored just that.

A huge thank you to all RE/MAX agents and offices – you truly do make kids’ lives better!

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