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All Treats, No Tricks!

Friday, October 28, 2016   /   by Bruno Lubin

All Treats, No Tricks!

Go Ahead… Give Your Self a Real Treat This Month!


The month of October can be a spooky month, maybe even a scary month with monstrous problems. Yikes!! Well maybe not, but words like that seem to be popping up everywhere as kids and adults alike look forward to Halloween.


In fact, according to the USA Today, adults spend more on themselves to celebrate Halloween than any other day during the year. I get that. Especially if they want to hang out with the kids to go trick or treating, or to a Halloween party of some kind.


For many homeowners and home buyers though, they are truly scared.  Scared to death of how in the world they are going to get out of their house and into their next one (the trick).


My Treat: As a result of working with thousands of families over a 21-year time span, we have developed a special program to help home sellers and homebuyers. We will guarantee the sale of their present home at a price agreeable to them and in the unlikely event their home does not sell, we’ll buy it. Now that is a how you turn a trick into a real treat.


AND remember, YOUR referrals help the Kids 


My heart breaks for many young people and families who will not be able to enjoy this fun time of the year out trick or treating or going to Halloween parties.


As you know, tragedy falls on many in this life. Tragedies like sickness, cancers and other nasty diseases.  We aim to do what we can to help kids who are unable to get out and have fun right now, due to these evil health problems.


We are still on a mission to raise $10,000 for Make A Wish Foundation, so we are donating a good portion of our income from home sales by referral to them.  As you know Make A Wish does a tremendous job of helping kids fight through and survive nasty life threatening diseases like Cancers, Leukemia and nonhodgkin's lymphoma: stuff that many times rob the life right out of young people.


Make-A-Wish grants a wish, on average, every 38 minutes to a child with a life-threatening medical condition. Wishes come in all shapes and sizes. Some are heartfelt or jaw-dropping - others funny or tear-jerkers. BUT, The Make A Wish Foundation survives on Sponsorships and Donations.  So YOUR REFERRALS REALLY DO HELP THE KIDS…


Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team? 


Not only will they benefit from our award winning service, we also happily donate a portion of our income to Make A Wish Foundation. 


I want to make it easy for you to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move, so here are your options:


 1. You can go to www.HelpKidsWish.com and enter their contact info on line or forward the link to who you know considering a move.


2. Of course you can always call me direct as well at 321-436-5463 


Over the last two decades of helping thousands of families sell their home and/or buy another, we have met some wonderful, loving, caring people.  People like you!  So your referrals, those you know considering a move, that we help – you can rest assured that not only will they get the award winning service we are known for and the guarantee to back it up, but that a solid portion of the income we receive from the transaction will go toward a very worthy cause.


Again, it’s easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move.


1. You can go to www.HelpKidsWish.com and enter their contact info on line or forward the link to who you know considering a move.


2. Of course you can always call me direct as well at 321-436-5463 


I hope you and your family are well and this month of tricks and treats is full of, well, treats


With all my appreciation.


Harry Bing


321-436-5463


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Six-year-old Kionna steps out onto the dirt floor of the barn. For a moment, she breathes in the dusty air and the earthy smell of cattle and horses. Surrounding her are her family and people from the community who have come out to support her wish. But she has a greater purpose in mind than simply riding a horse. As a newly minted sheriff, it’s time to save the day.


Kionna was diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer, Wilms tumor, at a young age. She is now in remission and was able to take part in all of the carefully planned aspects of her wish.


While watching her favorite television show, she came to love everything an Old West sheriff represents. To Kionna, becoming a sheriff wasn’t just about the trappings of the role – the stylish hat, lasso and gold star. It was about how the show’s sheriff always saves the day.


Kionna knew exactly what sorts of activities a sheriff would have to become skilled at. She would need to ride a white horse, lasso a magic treasure chest and hold live animals like a chicken.


There was one perfect place where Sheriff Kionna could have full reign over the rascals, outlaws and pioneers of the American west: Heaven’s Gate Farm in Monroe, Ga. Kionna’s community ensured that the facility and other aspects of the wish were donated in-kind to her local chapter. They knew that a sheriff needs wide-open spaces and plenty of horses.


To really save the day, Kionna first got to look the part of sheriff. Her costume was made up of a matching pink vest, bandana and cowgirl hat. Dressed in the proper attire, she arrived with nine family members in tow to cheer her on. Everyone from her great-grandmother and grandmother to her siblings and cousin came to watch her.


The first indication of the excitement ahead was the pink table topped with an over-sized cowboy boot, hat and a matching pink welcome sign. This was only the beginning of the personalized details volunteers used to harken back to the days of the Wild West.


First on the list of sheriff duties was to practice her horse-riding skills. With a pink helmet on, she rode a white horse, which quickly became her favorite activity. In between her other responsibilities as sheriff, she kept returning to hone her horse-riding abilities.


With several dozen people from her community in attendance, Kionna decorated horseshoes, watched demonstrations of horseback riding and enjoyed a BBQ lunch. She also learned how to lasso a magic treasure chest from a lasso expert. The chest was filled with goodies to help her on her cowgirl quest.


The day would not be complete, though, without a sheriff ceremony. Officers from the County Sheriff’s Department made a special appearance to name Kionna an honorary deputy for the day. They presented her with a badge, followed by a ride in the squad car where she sounded the siren.

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