Element Real Estate is happy to be a supporter of the Humane Society of Chittenden County and a sponsor of the fourth Annual Purrrses for Paws event.
Donate your purses to help give homeless pets a new home. Donations of new and like new purses, clutches, and handbags are being accepted at the Humane Society of Chittenden County and at Element Real Estate located at 139 Bank Street in Burlington. These purses will be auctioned and sold at the Purrrrses for Paws event on February 8, 2018.
The evening will consist of hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, and an exciting live and silent auction offering new and like new purses, in addition to many on sale. Furthermore, After Midnight Jewelers has donated a white gold vintage style diamond ring, valued at $5,000 for a raffle. The presenting sponsor of Purrrses for Paws is After Midnight Jewelers and Jess Boutique – with substantial additional support from NorthCountry Federal Credit Union, People’s United Bank, Element Real Estate, Burlington Emergency, & Veterinary Specialists (BEVS), Burlington International Airport, Tech Group and Burlington Furniture.
It is an evening that you won't want to miss! Find out more information on HSCC’s website and Facebook page: https://www.chittendenhumane.org/ & https://www.facebook.com/events/146475902628438/
About the Humane Society of Chittenden County
HSCC is a private and independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving both Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties whose mission is to foster compassionate treatment of animals and to prevent animal suffering through: sheltering homeless & unwanted pets; timely efforts to place each animal in a responsible & caring home; animal cruelty investigation; feral cat colony management (TNR); and humane education.
Author:Dan Cypress Phone: 802-598-6219 Dated: January 11th 2018 Views: 6,826 About Dan: Dan is analytical in nature, as his MBA would suggest, but nine years ago he transitioned out of the...
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Dan is analytical in nature, as his MBA would suggest, but nine years ago he transitioned out of the world of accounting and financial management and into real estate. His deliberate and rational approach has helped him assist hundreds of buyers and sellers, ensuring that their transactions not only happened, but happened smoothly. He offers sound advice, and above all else looks out for the best interest of his clients. “Selling doesn’t feel good,” Dan says. “My job is to educate my clients. I share my market knowledge and help them to make smart decisions on their own. If I’m honest and I do my job right, I don’t have to ‘sell’ anything.”
As a co-founder of Element Real Estate, Dan has recently taken great pleasure in growing the business, both by adding new members to the team and by increasing the company’s exposure. At the center of everything he does is a dedication to understanding people’s needs and better equipping himself – and his team – to meet them. He takes pride in his work, the people around him, and the community in which he lives.