It’s Friday, let’s sweep! | Or better yet, get ready to row…

Welcome to Friday everyone! It is early spring yet it is beginning to take shape in all ways. My plan is to stay intensely focused in conversation & connectedness to navigate all waters ahead. Office meetings, tour, a few extra phone calls, cups of coffee and data. It all plays a role in being excellent in the market, together.

This week’s post is all about an idea to consider adding to your connectivity within community. While people travel from all over the world – literally – for Windermere Cup, it is our region that naturally benefits most. I want to make sure you are aware of ideas to consider in “flow” with your sphere on Cup Weekend – May 5th & 6th this year….

As Joie Gowan states below, “just try it!”

…whether you have leveraged Windermere Cup as a marketing idea in the past or have never considered – the below video does a good job of turning on inspiration to engage in Cup weekend! I’m a raving fan of community and of sport, so for me – this is a no brainer. Plus, this year we invited Australia to join – the “down under” vs the Dawgs!

Listen in on two of our fabulous brokers sharing in how they leverage Windermere Cup as a marketing tool – video here (2 min, 35 seconds).

Watch for all opportunities on HUB roll out soon…this post is a teaser to start thinking about it! Also, you can make this a no cost touch with your sphere too – just let them know to meet you at The Cut to watch races & boat parade (easy!)…

Hope to see you on The Cut, May 5th & 6th! – Laura

And oh this! This year the Windemere Foundation will be donating proceeds from the Party on the Cut to the Joe Rantz Rotary Youth Foundation, (JRRYF). Joe Rantz, the main character of the top selling book The Boys in the Boatfound himself homeless as a teen in Sequim, Washington. In 2018, inspired by Joe’s story, and in hopes of housing homeless youth, the Sequim Rotary established the Joe Rantz Rotary Youth Fund. The goal of the JRRYF is build a home to provide shelter and other services to unsheltered youth. Your ticket purchase to the Party on The Cut will help honor Joe and move the JRRYF towards their $750,000 goal.

Ps, this was my one and only attempt at rowing – that look is oh my goodness this is hard and takes total focus. Turns out this is the same look I have for our current spring market. We’ll get thru the finish line with our “swing.” We’ve got this, here to help…

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