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Keller Williams Celebrates “RED DAY” in Nicaragua

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Keller Williams Celebrates

Keller Williams – KW Nicaragua, the number one real estate franchise in the world and in Nicaragua (by agent count), held a “RED DAY” event on May 13th. This is a massive activity that takes place on the second Thursday of May of each year involving more than 180,000 Keller Williams real estate advisors around the world. On that day, they all stop working to support the community with their time and money.

In Nicaragua, the “RED DAY” involved at least 100 real estate advisers, who volunteered to donate the working day for the benefit of their community, thus giving life to the word RED, an acronym for “Renew, Energize and Donate”.

On May 10th, the real estate agents joined forces to support Teen Challenge, a rehabilitation program for young people with all kinds of addictions. Also, thanks to the sponsors, a home located in Ticuantepe was remodeled. This home will be used as the center of operations for this rehabilitation project.

The agenda for volunteer work by the KW Nicaragua agents continued on May 13th, this time in the City of Rivas. The KW Playas-San Juan del Sur team carried out a recreational activity for residents of the nursing home López Carazo. Residents enjoyed the event and share experiences.

About Keller Williams KW in Nicaragua

This real estate company is founded under the values of “God, Family and then Business”. They have put this into practice with the more than 100 real estate consultants in the 3 offices they have opened in Nicaragua; KW Bologna, KW Santo Domingo (both in Managua) and KW Playas in the City of San Juan del Sur.

The entire Keller Williams group in Nicaragua collaborated with 14 sponsors, such as; Metro, Compañía Cervecería de Nicaragua, Gran Pacifica, Cinemas, Italianissimo and Piazetta (among others) to make the day a success. They already invite you to next year’s event in which they have set a goal to help even more Nicaraguan communities.

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