We're starting a celebration out at the ECO-All-Stars Grouup today!
ALL AR members are invited to join in the fun.Here's an energy boost that is not only fun, and not only a chance to get to know each other better, but also looks to offer practical remedies from which we all can benefit. This feature shines the light on useful value-added factors real estate professionals can add to their toolboxwhen involved in eco-friendly transactions.
A timely follow-up the the Green is Red Hot contest, it brings into focus the contribution of one of our AR members in terms of green awareness and how that relates to your real estate practice today and into the future. We hope that it will brighten our (already bright) AR community.
The new feature is called STARLIGHT ON
Today, the STAR light's on.....PHYLENA HOUDE...
for her practical recycling tip.
STARLIGHT ON..... PHYLENA HOUDE
Quote: ". I love Real Estate and most importantly I love helping people find their dream, not just a house. ... I have loved looking at homes for sale since I was a little girl and nothing about that has changed." Here are a few things other things about me:
Favorite style of home: The Bungalow
Food I love: Mexican Cuisine
Some television shows I watch : The Young and the Restless, Scrubs, The Office
Favorite vacation spot: Florida
Hobbies:Genealogy,Home Decor Shopping, Spending time with my family, traveling
Eco-wise Article at the Eco-All-Stars: YOU Can Recycle, Too
Comment: After reading Phylena's article, I thought...! what a great opportunity for all of us at AR to contribute something practical!She inspired me...so I went on over to my county (Buncombe County..Asheville, N.C.) and found this: "It's NOT my job" is NOT a phrase that can be used when it comes to proper management of garbage. It is everyone's job to reduce, reuse, and recycle. We produce over 5 pounds per person per day in Buncombe County. We cannot escape the fact that this must be handled some way; either by reusing, reducing what we use, recycling, or landfilling."
I added ...
Buncombe County Recycling
add yours in the comments below...