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Lexington Park, MD; Friday, June 26, 2015 – Yesterday was a great day for golf and a great day for fundraising to support Easter Seals and the Jenna Stone Memorial St. Mary’s Ryken Fund!  CENTURY 21 New Milllennium’s  2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament was a huge success as 134 golfers, 45 volunteers and tournament supporters from communities across the greater D.C. Metro region came together at the Breton Bay Golf & Country Club in Leonardtown, MD to have fun while supporting these worthy charities.

The tournament kicked off with a mid-morning shotgun start and included lunch, an awards ceremony, spirited auction and dinner at the Old Breton Inn.  Those in attendance showed incredible generosity through their contributions to the auction and raffle featured during the event.  Corporate and individual sponsorships helped bring the total raised to nearly $60,000 for the charities.

“It was a fantastic event, not to mention great fun, thanks to the hard work and team effort by the sales associates, staff, leadership team and community of supporters who ensured that everything came together successfully,” stated Mary Lynn Stone, President and co-Owner of CENTURY 21 New Millennium.

“CENTURY 21 New Millennium’s Charity Golf Tournament is one of the ways our sales associates support the community while raising awareness of important charitable institutions,” added Todd Hetherington, CEO and co-Owner of CENTURY 21 New Millennium.  “With 1,000 agents and staff in 17 offices across the greater Washington, D.C. area, we are large enough to have strong market presence and national recognition, but we will always remain very focused on accountability and customer service.  It’s one of the things that sets us apart.”

Earlier this year, CENTURY 21® Real Estate, LLC. announced that CENTURY 21 New Millennium’s annual production for 2014  has again exceeded all other firms worldwide. This is the 3rd consecutive year for the Alexandria, VA based company to receive the distinction of #1 CENTURY 21 Company in the World. [masterslider id=”2″]

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