Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene Crawfish Boil

On April 9th, 2016, the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene Cy-Fair Office hosted a Client Appreciation Crawfish Boil.  This blog will discuss the event and give you a background on the company.

Screen Shot 2016-04-19 at 8.27.58 AMBetter Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene is a leading residential real estate brokerage.  Founded in 1963, the company was ranked among the top 60 residential real estate brokerages in the U.S. in both volume and transaction sides in 2011.  As a small token of appreciation to their loyal clients, Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Gary Greene held a crawfish boil at the Harris County Richard & Meg Weekley Community Center, located at 8440 Greenhouse in Cypress.

Prepping all the crawfish was quite the task but everything came together smoothly.  The teamwork paid off and the event was a lot of fun for both employees and clients.  It was an opportunity to relax and chow down on some delicious mudbugs!  In addition, several companies sponsored the event and there was a raffle/silent auction.  The funds raised will go to the Cy-Fair Educational Foundation to provide scholarships for high school students to attend college and for staff development grants.  We are very appreciative to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene and to all who contributed to aid our Foundation in our fundraising efforts!

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We raise funds to increase college access by awarding scholarships to Cy-Fair ISD graduates and dual credit scholarships for current students. Funds raised also promote excellence in teaching by providing staff development programs to CFISD.