Monday, December 6, 2010

NMB Chamber Turkey Drive

Thanks you RE/MAX at the Coast....Eileen, O'Neal, Jack & Brenda for delivering turkeys this year for the NMB turkey drive!

Meet Sassy

Sassy was a winner in this years Flock Walk in Barefoot Landing! She was made by our very own Eileen! We are so proud!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Sales Agent for November!

Peggy Weaver was the sales agent for the month of November! You had a awesome month! Congrats!

Novembers Listing Agent of the Month

O'Neal Bourne was the listing agent for November! Congrats O'Neal for such an awesome month!

Thursday, October 21, 2010



RE/MAX At The Coast along with Freedom Boat Club is sponsoring this great event to raise money for the North Myrtle Beach/Little River Relay For Life that will take place next April. Leave it to Karen Berry from Freedom Boat Club to come up with this fun idea to raise awareness of, and give the entire community an opportunity to participate in, the fight against breast cancer.

Bras of all sizes and colors will be collected (drop off boxes at Freedom Boat Club at Harbourgate Marina as well as 94.9 The Surf studio at 541 Highway 17 N in North Beach Plaza) and will be strung across the Intracoastal Waterway from Filet’s to the fuel dock on the other side of Harbourgate Marina on Wednesday October 27 from 5-7. What a site this will be! The Surf Team will be there emceeing, and the most important thing is that Freedom Boat Club will donate $1.00 for every bra that’s donated to benefit the Relay For Life in our community. There will be a full BBQ meal available for $10 a plate as well, with proceeds going for the cause.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and 94.9 is proud to sponsor and participate in this TEAM FREEDOM fundraiser. So, clean out your lingerie drawer, grab those “over the shoulder boulder holders” and drop them off soon! You can’t miss the boxes, because guess what color they are…PINK!!!!

For more information, call Karen Berry at 843-399-8711.

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About Horry County

I will be trying to focus on the area in the next few weeks. I will be getting most of my information from the horry county web sites. I hope this information helps in your relocation.

Horry County (pronounced OR-ee) is named for Peter Horry, a planter of French Huguenot descent, who was born in South Carolina in 1747. He was a lieutenant colonel in the Revolutionary War and a brigadier general in the S.C. Militia. He represented Prince George Winyah and All Saints parishes in the S.C. House and Senate.

Horry County is located in the northeastern corner of South Carolina. On a map it looks like a wedge between North Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean. It is the largest county in South Carolina in area (1,134 square miles) making it larger in land area than the state of Rhode Island! Myrtle Beach is the largest city, tourism is its largest industry, and Conway is its county seat.

There are approximately 215 sunny days a year, with the average air temperature of 64 degrees, water temperature of 66 degrees, and relative humidity at 56 percent. The average January high is 56 degrees, and the average July high is 91 degrees.

Whether your interest is golf, boating, fishing, attractions, the symphony, or theatre, Horry County truly has something for everyone. With miles of coastline, meandering rivers and abundant natural beauty, this region offers the best of the outdoors with a host of cultural and recreational opportunities.

The Myrtle Beach area, also called the Grand Strand, is a 60-mile stretch of communities along the sparkling Atlantic. Today the family fun and excitement last year round, from Little River down to Surfside Beach, Garden City, and Murrells Inlet as 13 million tourists visit the area each year.

No other destination offers such diversity. The individual communities that make up Horry County are unique, each with its own personality and appeal.

Monday, September 20, 2010

CEO, Many Agents to Present at 2010 NAR Conference

The annual Realtors Conference & Expo is right around the corner, Nov. 5-8 in New Orleans, and RE/MAX will have a significant presence. From featured speakers, including CEO Margaret Kelly, to agent panelists and a prominent RE/MAX booth, the network will be well represented.

Here's a list of RE/MAX presenters and their sessions:

Margaret Kelly: "State of the Real Estate Industry"
Kelly (CRB) and Alex Perriello, CEO of Realogy, will examine the current and future state of the real estate industry.

Mike Aubrey: "What's Changing in Real Estate?"
HGTV's Channing Dawson interviews Aubrey – a Hall of Famer with RE/MAX Metropolitan Realty in North Potomoc, Md., and host of HGTV's "Real Estate Intervention" – on how home media, interactive technologies and social networking are transforming the way today's consumers search for, find and live in homes.

Martha Hilton: "How Auctions Can Make You Money!"
A Hall of Fame member with RE/MAX Vision Quest in Lewisburg, W.Va., Hilton (ABR, CRS, ePRO, SFR) and other panelists will explain how auctions can create action and success. Auction practitioners and agents will have an opportunity to network, share successes and identify new possibilities.

Jack O'Connor: "Seven Leadership Styles to Brokerage Stardom"
O'Connor (CDPE, CRBM), Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Professionals in Denver, will help brokers review their understanding of business planning, leadership skill development, systems analysis and working their strengths to the benefit of the entire firm. Attendees will walk away with all the management tools to attack 2011 with a productive and profitable plan. Watch O'Connor's speaker video.

Judy Smith: "Luxury Home Experts Share Best Practices"
Successful luxury agents – including Smith (ABR, CBR, CLHMS, CNHS, CRBM, CRS, PMN, SFR) a Hall of Famer with RE/MAX Professionals in Omaha, Neb. – will discuss an almost foolproof way agents can position themselves as the luxury experts of choice in their markets.

For more information about the conference schedule and registration information, visit the Realtors Conference & Expo website.