RE/MAX Realtors Gather Money And Food For Chattanooga Food Bank

Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Erica Klein, Frances Vantrease, Trey Corum, Jon Chadwick, Beth Dodson and Brenda Purcell.
Erica Klein, Frances Vantrease, Trey Corum, Jon Chadwick, Beth Dodson and Brenda Purcell.

RE/MAX RENAISSANCE REALTORS and RE/MAX Properties agents collectively gathered food and money to be used by the Chattanooga Food Bank this week at their Northshore and Shallowford Road locations. 

Thanks to supplier, Chattanooga Office Supply, a barrel was strategically placed at the firm’s offices, to collect donations for Share Your Christmas.

“We enjoy partnering with other organizations in an effort to better serve our community especially during this season,” said owner Beth Dodson.

"This is just one of the many ways we can collaboratively make a difference. We have encouraged our agents to give either food or money."



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