We had a blast on Saturday morning at our Pies and Portraits event, held at Lake Village Park in Thornton.
As the event name implies, we had plenty of pies…
13 families from our community of clients and friends came out to have their portraits taken by professional photographers Chris Valiant and Winston Carr, who partnered with us for this event.
Over 60 people (and one friendly dog!) had their lovely likenesses captured by our photographers.
The weather was fantastic and our real estate brokers had a great time chatting with our attendees in between their photo sessions.
The kids also had a ball playing on the park playground, throwing around some ball, and posing for pictures with The Strange Team’s very own The Bug.
The event was free to attend with an RSVP, and our clients will receive one free edited high quality portrait with a chance to get extra images at a discounted rate. If you’re one of our clients who shot with our photographers last weekend, please check your e-mails to find out how to get your photos!
Thank you to our amazing, photogenic clients for coming to Pies and Portraits this year. The Strange Team always aims to show our appreciation for our clients through our monthly events.
We hope to make this successful event even bigger and better next year, so make sure to keep an eye out in 2020 for Pies and Portraits 2.0.
The Strange Team is here to help you. Left to Right: Hsing Tseng, marketing specialist; Shenae Arbuckle, executive assistant; Mary Strange, broker and contract manager; Adam Lendi, broker and buyer’s specialist; Doug Saxen, broker and buyer’s specialist; Alan Strange, broker and owner; Nick Folkedahl, broker and buyer’s specialist. (Photo by Winston Carr)
As always, The Strange Team is here to help you address all of your home buying and selling questions.
Call us at anytime at (720) 295-4350 to talk about how we can help you with all your real estate needs.
We’re also available via Facebook and email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact one of our brokers directly.
Have a Happy Halloween and stay warm and safe for the rest of this snowy Colorado October.