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SOUTH FLORIDA REALTORS® UNITE TO CLEAN UP FLORIDA WATERS

SOUTH FLORIDA REALTORS UNITE TO CLEAN UP FLORIDA WATERS

Broward, Palm Beaches & St. Lucie Realtors® are hosting beach clean ups in partnership with the Clean Up Florida Waters Initiative.

 

Broward, Palm Beaches & St. Lucie Realtors® are partnering with Florida Realtors® in their Clean Up Florida Waters Initiative. For the entire month of July, Florida Realtors® and community partners are coming together to clean up Florida lakes, rivers, streams, bays, intracoastal waterways, gulfs, and oceans. Broward, Palm Beaches & St. Lucie Realtors®, the 3rd largest local association in the country with 37,000 Realtor® members have announced that they will be hosting beach clean ups on July 9th. The clean up efforts will be led by the Association’s Community Outreach Committees and Young Professionals Network Committees.

Over a hundred Realtor® members from Broward, Palm Beaches & St. Lucie Realtors® are participating in the clean up as they meet at beaches across South Florida and the Treasure Coast. The locations of the clean ups are Pompano Beach (9 North Pompano Beach Blvd), Boynton Beach (6620 N Ocean Blvd), Juno Beach (14200 US-1), and Jensen Beach (6700 S Ocean Drive).

The Realtors® will be joined by local elected officials, such as Broward County Commissioner Lamar Fisher (District 4), Pompano Beach Mayor Rex Hardin, Pompano Beach Commissioner Rhonda Eaton (District 1), and Pompano Beach Commissioner Tom McMahon (District 3). Staff members of State Representative Chip LaMarca (District 93) will also be in attendance.

“As Florida residents, it’s our duty to keep our waters clean and improve our ecosystems. We’re excited to participate in the Clean Up Florida Waters Initiative and have some of our local elected officials join us in this effort. For Florida to continue to grow, we must come together and protect our natural resources”

The Association is encouraging volunteers to bring their own work gloves and post their volunteer pictures on social media with the hashtag #CleanUpFloridaWaters. Latex gloves and trash bags will be provided to all participants. For more information on the Clean Up Florida Waters Initiative, please contact communications@rworld.com.