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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

HUNT ERA OFFICES' HELP HURRICANE SANDY VICTIMS

Rochester, NY – HUNT Real Estate ERA Columbus Division’s Greece office served as a donation drop-off location to help the district firefighter’s efforts to raise money and supplies for NYC area Sandy victims. Dedicated HUNT agents contributed over $1,000 in clothing, equipment and supplies that were directly distributed to victims by District Fire Trucks and local Firefighters. All contributions were delivered by numerous fire company vehicles directly to the storm victims. Among the donations were generators, batteries, blankets, winter coats and clothes, and assorted staple food items.


Photo Caption: Lt. Phillips of the Ridge Road Fire District and HUNT’s Greece Office Broker Consultant Dick Baart exchanged a "Thank You" note from the Staten Island recipients.


Buffalo & Rochester, NY – Many agents and employees made monetary donations towards the ERA Disaster Relief Fund. The HUNT Charitable Foundation also sent a check for $1000 (dollar for dollar match). Thank you to all who contributed!


Syracuse, NY – Syracuse: Manlius agents Jim and Tracey Siciliano, who both grew up in New Jersey, organized a collection for supplies that quickly grew to include all CNY region offices. Agents like Liverpool's Bob Joeckel went door-to-door, and with the help of HUNT's Kayla Shorney and the owner and staff of Always Dancing in Baldwinsville, they got a-hold of a company with a tractor trailer. First Choice Transport trucked all the supplies to an organization in New Jersey that distributed everything to shelters and families in need. Agents and customers alike dropped tons of supplies off at all of our CNY offices, and the outpouring was simply amazing! 



Capital Region - Our Capital Region offices collected much needed supplies and General Manager Dave Evans made the rounds to collect everything. Items were then given to The Rosenblum Companies, an Albany-based family-owned commercial leasing and development company, who ran a truck with supplies into the most affected areas.

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