At the Local Hero Awards ceremony at Swansea's Dragon Hotel, RE/MAXsponsored and presented the Charity Award, which was won by Bronwen Preece(pictured) for her outstanding contribution to charity.
Rob Lock, Regional Director of RE/MAX Wales, Cheshire and Merseyside whopresented the award together with Lord Mayor, Councillor Mair Gibbs: "I amthrilled to be able to play a part in recognising the efforts theseindividuals have made to their local communities. As a community basedbusiness, we feel it is particularly important to be able to give somethingback locally, so it is fitting for us to be involved in supporting an eventthat celebrates the efforts of those people that have gone the extra mile toreally make a difference - an ethos we at RE/MAX firmly believe in."
Station Director of Swansea Sound and The Wave, Carrie Mosley said: "We aredelighted by how well-received the awards ceremony was and we are gratefulto the support of our Award sponsors, such as RE/MAX, who helped make theevent a resounding success. We're already planning for next year's event,when we can again show appreciation to those unsung heroes who are making avery real difference to our communities on a daily basis. We look forward tothe continued support of RE/MAX and working with them over the coming monthsand years."
RE/MAX is one of the fastest growing franchised estate agents in the UK,with more than 200 offices across the country. The RE/MAX model works on thebasis that all sales associates are self employed and benefit directly fromtheir efforts by retaining up to 80% of the commission from the sale of aproperty, as their income.
Published: 20 June 2006
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