COLUMBIA, SC – October 20, 2008 – The Central Carolina REALTORS® Association raised over $25,000 at this year’s “Putt Out Poverty” golf tournament held this month at Cobblestone Park.
Each year, the Central Carolina REALTORS® Association puts on the golf tournament whose proceeds enable the association to build a Habitat House for a deserving family in need.
This year’s proud sponsors include: The Promenade at Sandhill; Blue Cross Blue Shield; McAngus, Goudelock & Courie; ERA Wilder Realty, Inc.; Essex Homes Southeast, Inc.; SCEG – SCANA Services; The STATE Newspaper; The Landings at Night Harbor; Chase Home Mortgage; State Farm Insurance – Chris Eidson; Clark’s Home & Construction Solutions and Robert Rice Allstate Agency; Law Offices of Talley A. Lattimore, LLC; Terminx Service, Inc.; RMS – Realty and Marketing Services; Old Republic; Nicholson, Davis, Frawley, Anderson & Ayer; Pinpoint Home Inspection; Coldwell Banker United, REALTORS; Ameriprise Financial; CCRA; McCar Homes; Harvey, Casterline & Vallini, L.L.P.; First Palmetto Insurance; Midlands Realtors; Foundation Mortgage Corporation; Qualified Home Inspection; and Precision Lawn and Care Services.
About Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is a Christian ministry founded in Americas Georgia in 1976 by Millard Fuller with the mission of eliminating poverty housing. From the modest beginning, Habitat has grown into a world-wide organization and ranks among the Top 20 builders in the world. For more information, please visit www.habitatcsc.org.
About Central Carolina Realtors Association
The Central Carolina REALTORS® Association (formally the Greater Columbia Association of REALTORS®), with over 2000 members, has been providing the Midlands with professional real estate service for over 84 years. The association’s mission is to be the organization in the Midlands that represents the standard for the real estate sales professional through the organization’s Code of Ethics, educational offerings, information systems, and involvement in local government issues.
For more information, please visit www.colarealtors.com.