(Chatham, NJ)–RE/MAX Achievers has a commitment not only to the clients they serve on a daily basis, but to their local communities as well. Robert Oquist, Broker-Owner, is very proud of his Agents and staff.
Melissa Baumgartner, Office Administrator of RE/MAX Achievers, is active in The Seeing Eye [TSE] and has been since 2003. She is currently raising her seventh dog named Granite. Granite has been raised in the RE/MAX Achievers office and will return to TSE in late July to begin formal training.
“Most will agree he has the life and being exposed to the office setting at such a young age has only added to his professional disposition,” says Baumgartner. “The ability to come into contact with so many people on a daily basis has created a path to success.”
Baumgartner will be participating in the Gran Fondo NJ, a bike tour to raise money for the TSE, from September 7th to September 9th. She will be biking 18 miles and hopes to raise between $2000 to $5000 for TSE. Oquist is encouraging all who would like to help her meet her goal to click on the link below.
“Since being involved with TSE, I have seen just how wonderful the organization is and I’m amazed by the dogs every day. Just the fact that they charge only $150 for your first dog, $50.00 for every additional dog and $1 if you’re military, speaks volumes,” says Baumgartner.
To make a donation, log on to her fundraising page at https://fundraising.active.com/fundraiser/MelissaBaumgartner.
In addition, RE/MAX Achievers is also a proud sponsor of a AA Division Team for Madison Little League. The office has been a sponsor for 11 years.
“In keeping with the RE/MAX International’s commitment to Little League, sponsoring a team just shows one more way of being proud of RE/MAX and the commitment of the Agents to their respective community,” says Carmela Vitale, Manager of RE/MAX Achievers.
Great job RE/MAX Achievers!