Special offer

RE/MAX Ballon comes to Pine Glen Carnival!

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with ERA Andrew Realty

(February 28, 2010) - Burlington, MA - The Pine Glen Elementary School PTO has coordinated with Burlington resident and local Realtor, Carol McDonald Macri of RE/MAX Encore, a very special opportunity... the ability to take a ride in "Big Max", the RE/MAX of New England Hot Air Balloon.

Sponsored by RE/MAX Encore, "Big Max," the seven-story-tall red, white and blue RE/MAX hot air balloon, will be kicking off the Pine Glen Carnival at the Pine Glen Elementary School on Saturday, March 27th at 9:00 a.m., wind and weather permitting. This invitation is open to the public.

"Most children don't ever have an opportunity to experience something like this.  It's great community fun! My family is part of the Pine Glen family and I'm thrilled to be able to bring the REMAX Balloon to town.  As a member of the Pine Glen PTO, I know how important it is to support our schools and ultimately our children.  "  said Carol.

The RE/MAX hot air balloon is the widely recognized corporate logo for RE/MAX real estate offices worldwide, owner of the largest corporate hot air balloon "fleet" in the world. The RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon combined with the phrase "Above the Crowd," is a registered trademark of the RE/MAX real estate organization

About RE/MAX

RE/MAX ENCORE is affiliated with RE/MAX of New England and RE/MAX International. Carol McDonald Macri and The Solutions Team are affiliated with RE/MAX Encore of Wimington.  She is proud to be able to give back to her community and have a positive impact on the children in her town. www.SolutionsRealEstateTeam.com.

Comments (5)

Lyn Sims
Schaumburg, IL
Real Estate Broker Retired

Carol:  It's pretty cool to see, glad you got it scheduled for your area.

Feb 27, 2010 01:07 AM
Kay Van Kampen
RE/MAX Broker, RE/MAX - Springfield, MO
RealtorĀ®, Springfield Mo Real Estate

Carol, hope you had a great turn out today and the weather was good. 

Feb 27, 2010 02:10 PM
Anonymous
curious

Does this mean that everybody has a chance to actually ride the hot air bollon? How much does it cost for each person? Do we have to make reservation in advance?

Mar 17, 2010 03:01 PM
#3
Anonymous
Anonymous

Carol,

Looks like you weather will be wonderful.

Have a great day!

Jeanette

Mar 19, 2010 06:22 AM
#4
Carol McDonald
ERA Andrew Realty - Stoneham, MA
Macri, CDPE, GRI, SRES, SRS

To Curious,

The Balloon segment of the Carnival is wind and weather permitting.  Once the balloon is able to go up, it's then up to Mother Nature as to how long we'll be able to give tethered rides.  Safety is ALWAYS our number one concern first and foremost.  If the wind decides to pick up, then the balloon must come down.  This is a fundraiser for the Pine Glen Elementary PTO and the suggested donations are $5 for a child and $10 for an adult.  Rides will be given on a first come, first serve basis -- so be sure to show up early!  We're expecting a great crowd due to the response to our marketing efforts.  If you have further questions, feel free to contact me at 781-389-6184.

It's all up to Mother Nature!!! 

 

Carol McDonald, The Solutions Team, RE/MAX ENCORE

 

 

 

Mar 21, 2010 09:56 AM