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Prudential the Property Place hosts Relay for Life team
posted May 1, 2013 - 4:56:27pm
Prudential The Property Place wants to make people aware of three things: Cancer, Community, and Care Bears. So what’s does that mean?
Cancer: Relay for Life is an organized, overnight community event that features teams of people who take turns walking around a designated area to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Each person who participates can take pride in knowing that they are contributing to research to find a cure for cancer. No single nongovernment, not-for-profit organization in the U.S. has invested more to find a cure.
Community: When you think of Community, you think of all of us, the everyday people. Each one of has been impacted by cancer. Each one of us knows someone, or knows someone who knows someone, who has been afflicted by the many forms of cancer. Prudential the Property is no exception to that rule. In our Orange City office alone, we have two Realtor®s who are currently undergoing treatment, and one member of our TEAM recently lost a family member. There isn’t a minute to lose in trying to find a cure. That’s why Realtor®s from Prudential the Property Place are walking on May 4 and 5. And they are doing it in a big way. How?
Care Bears: The theme for this year’s Relay for Life is life in the 1980s. Do you remember those days? What stands out in your mind? For the walkers at Prudential the Property Place, it was a time of innocence and crazy TV shows and fads. But nothing was more popular for children than the Care Bears. So think of TEAM Prudential the Property Place as your Community Care Bears and come cheer on the team as they raise money for a good cause.
The location for the Orange City/DeBary Relay for Life will be held at Gemini Springs Park, 37 Dirksen Dr, DeBary. It will run from noon Saturday, May 4 til 5 a.m. Sunday, May 5.
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