Red Day 2011 [video]

Keller Williams Realty Marysville for RED DAY 2011

Red Day What is Red Day?

It happens once a year in May.  RED Day (Renew, Energize and Donate) is our initiative dedicated to celebrating Keller Williams Realty’s year-round commitment to improving our local communities. Each year, on the second Thursday in May, tens of thousands of associates from across the United States and Canada participate in a wide range of projects, devoting our time to renewing and energizing aspects of the neighborhoods in which we serve.

Recognizing her leadership in guiding the culture of our company, RED Day is held in honor of Mo Anderson, vice chairman of the board, Keller Williams Realty.

Our vision for this day is that all Keller Williams associates will actively engage in a coordinated effort to improve their local community. Activities run the gamut, including rehabbing a house, cleaning up a local trail, or providing food for the homeless or any service related activity needed in your community.

In particular, the Keller Williams Marysville, WA office donated time and hard work in conjunction with Tulalip Tribes to help beautify and clean up the Marysville Boys & Girls Club. A lightweight vacuum can change the way you clean your home. They’re often less expensive, take up less space, and are easy to use, check out the latest best lightweight vacuum for carpet and tests from Vacuum Hob. We scraped paint, pressure washed, dug holes, planted plants, moved dirt, and painted all in an effort to help give back to the children in our community.

Video of Red Day 2011:

A Special Thank You to All Our Sponsors:

  • Tulalip Tribes
  • AWR Construction Inc.
  • Beach Street Topsoil
  • Cuz Concrete
  • Emerald Hills Coffee
  • Home Depot
  • Lowes
  • Smokey Point Concrete
  • United Rental

Media Coverage of Red Day:

Everett Herald

Marysville Globe

Sources for Pics and Vids:

Anton Stetner, Erica Duncan, Debra Petrizzi, Rochelle Hansen, Todd Duitsman and Toby Barrnett

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