Crye-Leike Gallatin Office Gives a Helping Hand

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Agents in the Crye-Leike Realtors Gallatin branch office, located at 1184 Nashville Pike, rolled up their sleeves and donated hundreds of dollars and hours of time to their community last year.

 

The office agents and employees raised over $800 for Big Brothers/Big Sisters during the “Bowling for Kids Sake” charity bowling tournament, donated backpacks to the Youth Villages backpack drive in August, and donated items to Toys for Tots during the Holidays.

 

Marilyn White, new managing broker of the office, says giving back to the community is very important.  “Our agents care about more than just selling homes.  We care about building communities,” says, White.  White was also involved in the office community service efforts, spending numerous days volunteering at the Springfield Paradise ranch, assisting young disabled horseback riders.

 

Agents in the Crye-Leike Gallatin office also volunteered for the Extreme Home Makeover that assisted a displaced family in Hendersonville, as well as assisted Habitat for Humanity in signing up potential homeowners for their next Sumner County building project.

 

Harold Crye, Crye-Leike Co-founder and CEO says, “We have some of the best agents in the industry.  They have a strong commitment to investing in their communities and that’s what makes the difference.”

 

For more information about joining this office or assisting with their community service efforts, contact Marilyn White, managing broker at (615) 230-6800.  The office will be holding a Career Night on Thursday, February 22nd, 7 p.m. at the Crye-Leike Gallatin Office.

 

Crye-Leike? (www.crye-leike.com), a full service real estate company for 30 years, is the nation’s 6th largest real estate company and the largest in the Mid-South.  It has a network of over 3,500 sales associates and 109 corporate and franchise offices located in 58 counties throughout a seven-state southern region in Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi.  In 2006, the Crye-Leike organization attained sales of $6.1 billion with 35,498 closed transaction sides.