CENTURY 21 Canada roundup for June 13

by Ephraim Vecina13 Jun 2016
The most recent round of updates from the local offices CENTURY 21 Canada demonstrated the real estate franchise’s continued commitment to giving back to its communities:
 
CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc. (Brampton, ON)
 
Last May 29, office owners Joanne and Martin joined the “Hike or Bike for Hospice” event along with 40 other CENTURY 21 members. The team raised a total of $7,600 in donations, far exceeding their initial target of $5,000.
 
CENTURY 21 Colonial Realty (Charlottetown, PEI)
 
Owner Joel Ives started the Charlottetown branch’s FitBit Challenge in January, and as of Labour Day, office employees and agents have already logged more than 6 million steps and counting. In the first month alone, participants successfully walked a total of 2,572 kilometres.
 
“I thought it might be a good idea to get everybody moving and grooving a bit,” Ives said of his idea of healthy competition.
 
CENTURY 21 Reynard Real Estate Ltd. (Kenora, ON)
 
To assist the Lake of the Wood’s District Hospital Foundation, the Kenora office held its 7th annual Boobie Nights. The event successfully raised more than $378,500, which will be used for a CT scanner.
 
CENTURY 21 United Realty Inc. (Peterborough, ON)
 
Office owner Carl Oake received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteerism at the Peterborough Civic Awards, in recognition of his efforts towards bettering the community for over three decades now. Oake organized the “Carl Oak Swimathon”, which has been running for over 30 years now and has successfully raised in excess of $1 million for charity to date.

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