Keller Williams Real Estate recently spent the day with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania as part of their RED Day.
Keller Williams Real Estate believes in “giving where we live”. Introduced in 2009, RED DAY (Renew, Energize and Donate) is their annual day of community service. Each year on the 2nd Thursday of May, all Keller Williams’ offices are closed so that agents and associates can spend the day away from their businesses to work in serving worthy organizations and causes in their communities.
The employees participated in major clean-up activities at the Club such as, washing windows, sweeping the floors, organizing shelves, weed whacking, mowing the lawn and cleaning up pine needles.
According to Kent Swartz, an agent in the local office, “RED DAY is another example of our commitment to each other and to the cities and towns where we live and work.”
Pictured are back row (l-r) Jeff Davis, Nick Stanavitch, Patrick Mascia, Dan Kazmierski, Donnie Ide, Charlene Maroni and Jason Wiggins, Club board of directors. Front row (l-r) are Amy Phillips, Nicole Mascia, Peg Kerber, Kent Swartz and Joanne Swartz.