The Harford County Association of REALTORS® recently hosted its annual REALTOR® trade show. The trade show took place at The Highlands School in Bel Air and featured leaders from across real estate related industries.
Prominent banks, home inspection companies, brokerages, title companies, and other businesses were in attendance to showcase their services. The trade show featured a superhero theme with decorated booths and many in attendance wearing costumes.
“The annual trade show is definitely one of our most anticipated events since REALTORS® get the unique chance to explore services and companies that help us successfully do our job,” said HarCAR President Linda Rich. “The trade show is also a great opportunity for key players in the industry to network and learn about the latest and greatest in their respected fields.
In addition to various companies showcasing their services, the trade show also featured a game of REALTOR® Family Feud, a continuing education class taught by Aimee O’Neill, numerous raffles, prize giveaways, a best booth contest and costume contest.
The raffle proceeds totaling $880 were donated to The Highlands School. HarCAR donated it’s portion of the 50/50 and then the winner of the 50/50 raffle Tony Kinch of American Home Shield donated his portion as well.
Certified Property Inspection won the Best Booth contest. Costume contest winners included Jen Muir of Home Land Environmental who dressed up as Wonder Woman and Chris Drewer of eXp Realty who dressed up as Superman.
Various local companies sponsored the trade show:
- Happy Hour Sponsor: The Home Team powered by Movement Mortgage
- Signature Drink Sponsor: Home Land Environmental
- REALTOR® Family Feud Sponsor: FitzGerald Financial Group
- Photo Booth Sponsor: Independent Property Inspections
- Costume Contest Sponsor: First National Bank
- Program Sponsors: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty, Fairway Independent Mortgage, Maryland REALTORS® and Mid-Atlantic Title
About the Harford County Association of REALTORS®
The Harford County Association of REALTORS® is a non-profit professional trade association with over 1,500 members dedicated to the protection of homeownership rights, real property rights, and the real estate industry. The Harford County Association of REALTORS® provides its members with resources that enable them to conduct business professionally while promoting the values and benefits for local communities to use the services of the association’s REALTOR® members.
REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark which may only be used by those real estate professionals who subscribe to the REALTOR® organization’s strict Code of Ethics, and who are members of the National, State and Local REALTOR® organization.